By Gia White
Administrative Director, Global, International and Area Studies
“Thus has the Negro girl proven her right to a share of democracy. Rights and liberties of civilized humanity include the right to move freely over the face of the earth. Yet after Negro girls have labored to acquire the needed education and culture, most of the doors of industry are shut in their faces, not because of their inability, but because of their color.”
Vivian Osborne Marsh, Oakland Tribune, May 9, 1926
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