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Administration Holds Non-commital Attitude As Student Pickets Demonstrate At Imperial Barber Shop
February 23, 1968
This February 23, 1968 article published in the Guilford College student newspaper, The Guilfordian, describes students picketing the Imperial Barber Shop which refused to provide services to African American students and college administration’s perspective that “ students will have to act as individuals.” Picketing was the students’ attempt to appeal to the wider community regarding integration and equal access to services.
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