Talladega College

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Herman H. Long - President of Talladega College and The United Negro College Fund
... In 1964, Talladega College's Board of Trustees completed a lengthy search for a successor to the institution's first African-American president, Arthur Gray ... His 1965 inauguration at the College's DeForest Chapel took place thirty years after his own graduation ceremony there ... during the turbulent 1960s and, in 1970, while continuing to serve in his Talladega post, was chosen as the next president of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), the organization, then in its 26th year (founded ...
Henry Sanders (Alabama Politician)
... the twin obstacles of poverty and racism to graduate from Douglasville High School, Talladega College and Harvard Law School establish a law practice, and serve as the first African American State ... Hank Sanders graduated near the top of his high school class in 1960 and college class in 1967 winning the Catherine Wardell Award after his freshman year as the “Student who contributed most to ... In 2008, he received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Talladega College ...

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