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25387
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Hubert Walters reflects on what his time at ECU was like. Being one of the first African American students at the school, he encountered much less hostility than would be expected.
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30764
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North Carolina State Superior Court Judges in Charlotte and Greensboro ruled against last-minute legal efforts to block integration in public schools starting in September. Although other cities are still working on solving legal actions, over 322,000 African American students are enrolled in public schools for the coming term.
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36101
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The man who could be considered Dr. Leo Jenkins’ right-hand man during his years as chancellor was James Tucker, dean of students. Described as having “an iron hand inside a velvet glove,” Tucker served as a capable leader during integration in the 1960s and student unrest a decade later. During his years as dean, Tucker also witnessed the establishment of the nursing school and introduction of computers on campus.