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The Key to the Door : Experiences of Early African American Students at the University of Virginia
by Maurice Apprey and Shelli M. Poe


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The Key to the Door frames and highlights the stories of some of the first black students at the University of Virginia. This inspiring account of resilience and transformation offers a diversity of experiences and perspectives through first-person narratives of black students during the University of Virginia's era of incremental desegregation.  Read more...


 
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The Key to the Door frames and highlights the stories of some of the first black students at the University of Virginia. This inspiring account of resilience and transformation offers a diversity of experiences and perspectives through first-person narratives of black students during the University of Virginia's era of incremental desegregation. The authors relate what life was like before enrolling, during their time at the University, and after graduation. In addition to these personal accounts, the volume includes a historical overview of African Americans at the University--from its earliest slaves and free black employees, through its first black applicant, student admission, graduate, and faculty appointments, on to its progress and challenges in the twenty-first century. Including essays from graduates of the schools of law, medicine, engineering, and education, The Key to the Door a candid and long-overdue account of African American experiences at the University' of Virginia.



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  • ISBN-13: 9780813939865
  • ISBN-10: 0813939860
  • Publisher: University of Virginia Press
  • Publish Date: April 2017
  • Page Count: 224
  • Dimensions: 8.92 x 6.28 x 0.81 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.99 pounds


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Books > History > African American
Books > History > United States - State & Local - South
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