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Dr. Felton G. Clark

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This rang quite true for Hoston ..., 6 June 2013 [cached]
This rang quite true for Hoston Harris; after her father spoke with his friend, Southern's president, Dr. Felton G. Clark, "Two men came to the jail and told me that I could be released.
The 16 students were summoned to a meeting with President Clark thereafter.
President Clark expelled the 16 students. They were told that they were barred from finishing their education in Louisiana.
Asked by President Clark to write letters to a member of the State Board of Education apologizing and asking to be readmitted, they refused to do so.
No doubt Southern's president, Dr. Felton Clark, was under tremendous political pressure in 1960 to expel the 16 students.
Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement -- History & Timeline, 1960 [cached]
Together, these Black institutions are known as the Atlanta University Center (AUC). [ In 1988 Atlanta and Clark merged to form Clark-Atlanta University. ]
Felton Clark, the President of Southern University (SU) — a segregated, state-funded, Black college in Baton Rouge — tells students they will be expelled if they sit-in.
Public Interest Projects, 15 June 2011 [cached]
Felton G. Clark Distinguished Professor
Southern University
Civil Rights Movement -- History & Timeline, 1961 [cached]
With the other CORE leaders in jail, D'Army Bailey leads 3,000 students on a march to the campus residence of SU President Felton Clark who promises not to expel students arrested on sit-ins as he had done the previous year.
At a faculty convocation next day, SU President Clark denounces the demonstrators as "hoodlums" and "anarchists."
Southern President ..., 28 Mar 2010 [cached]
Southern President Felton G. Clark, under pressure from the State Board of Education, had advised SU students that breaking the law would not be tolerated.
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