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"Ada lois Sipuel signing the Register of Attorneys' in Oklahoma City".

OKC TImes 1971.pdf
Oklahoma City Times Newspaper clipping indicating the scale of the protest at the state capitol to protest administrative policies at Classen School and Crooked Oak High School in Oklahoma City.

This image was taken on January 29, 1948 by an unknown photographer to document the demonstration in favor and support of Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher and other Black students to be allowed to enroll at the University of Oklahoma. The image is taken facing…

OU Libraries - ASF Acrylic 2.pdf
"It was wrong" was Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher's explanation for choosing to challenge racial discrimination in higher education. Tn 1946, she applied to the University of Oklahoma School of Law and was denied admission on racial grounds. She challenged…

George McLaurin was admitted to the the University of Oklahoma graduate School in 1948.

McLaurin and other Black students were educated by way of separate classrooms, seating areas, eating facilities, and restrooms. This image depicts the state of McLaurin's seating in his classroom located in the Carnegie Building on the campus of the…

Separate and Unequal, the OU Daily Project

Website created by Emma Keith, Assistant News Managing Editor (2017) to depict the life and experience of George W. McLaurin.

Graduating class, photo taken January 16, 1951:

First row [left to right]: Bill Maddux, Walter E. Liebel, Robert R. Garlow, Dean Earl Sneed Jr., Bill Berkshire, William B. Loar, James A. Williams, Robert W. Simmes

Second row: Dean P. Hatfield,…

A Brief Position Paper on CRIME Prepared for Fred harris by Robert S. McElvaine, department of history from Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi

A Report from the Council for American Private Education, from the "Outlook" Newsletter, Volume 45, November 1978. This issue focuses on education amendments for private school students.
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