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New Leader Changing Paul Quinn College With Prose and Patience
By REEVE HAMILTON (NYT)

Four years ago, Paul Quinn College, a historically black school founded in 1872, was on the brink of closing. Then its energetic new president, Michael Sorrell, came along.

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Black Lawmakers in the South See Statehouse Influence Wane
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (NYT)

Overwhelming allegiance to the Democratic Party has left black legislators without power in Republican-controlled state legislatures.

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