When Ivory Towers Were Black
A Story about Race in America's Cities and Universities
Examines a surprisingly little-known era in educational, architectural, and urban history in the United States.
Resurfaces the experiences and memories of Black and Puerto Rican students of the time and plays an important role as an oral history, through the eyes of its participants.
Highlights the efforts of an ivy league school attempting to improve race relations at a pivotal time in United States history and the responsibility it has to its community.
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