Fifty years have elapsed since the Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools based on “colored” is unconstitutional. This exhibit explores some of the history of education for African Americans in Prince Edward County, Virginia. The materials used may be found in the Johnston Memorial Library Department of Special Collections/University Archives. The photographs and documents are from the Archie G. Richardson Papers, the Prince Edward County Free School Papers and the Virginia Teachers Association Papers

 

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