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First Black S.G.A. President at G.C.
April 18, 1977
Albert Case wrote for The Collegian, Greensboro College's student newspaper, in the late 1970s.
In this April 18, 1977 article published in the Greensboro College student newspaper, The Collegian, Albert Case interviews Fred Davie, the school’s first black Student Government Association (SGA) president. Davie, who previously served as the vice president of the SGA, indicated that he felt his being elected showed how the college's student body was no longer viewing race as a determining factor in student government elections. The article lists various ways in which Greensboro College was becoming more integrated.
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