Traces the emergence and establishment of Grambling State University as one of the nation's best-known black institutions. Reveals the ongoing problems the university has faced, including disparities in funding between black and white institutions, discontentment among blacks, and opposition from whites. Also provides an insight into the unique personalities and philosophies of the three presidents of the university who have shaped this institution.
Mildred B. G. Gallot is Associate Professor in the Department of History and Philosophy at Grambling State University.
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