by Chad Carlson
Cutting the nets in New Orleans, the Kansas Jayhawks follow the legacy of many players and coaches who gradually chipped away at racial exclusion in college basketball.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Margaret B. Montgomery
Making good on the military's policies of desegregation required organized pressure to change military justice and the communities around military installations.
by Dan C. Goldberg
Politico reporter Dan Goldberg's new book details how thirteen black men overcame prejudice and indifference to integrate the Navy's officer corps in 1944.
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