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Beginning in the Forties short columns like the one seen to the right began appearing on the pages of the nation's magazine and newspapers - snippets of text that indicated that the American people (ie. Whites) were slowly catching on to the system of racial injustice that they had inherited - and wondering aloud about the tyranny of it all:

Our hats are off to one Naomi Charner, who, in 1947, made the a heroic stand and resigned her post as vice-president of her sorority after it had refused to admit an applicant on purely racial grounds. Miss Charner, in the company of eight other co-eds, then proceeded to establish Delta Beta Delta on the Upsala campus, a sorority with far "lower" admission standards. The article concludes by making mention of a White girl who, some months earlier, was admitted to an all Black sorority in California.

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Another article about segregation's end can be read here.

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The Ice was Thawing... (Pathfinder Magazine, 1949)

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