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By Courtesy of Lee S. Smith
Charles J. Hamilton Jr. ’69 in 1969. “In many cases,” wrote Hamilton in an October 1967 Crimson Supplement, “blacks are leaving behind their token presence in other undergraduate organizations for the sense of unity and expression found in an all-Black organization.”
Charles J. Hamilton Jr. ’69 in 1969. “In many cases,” wrote Hamilton in an October 1967 Crimson Supplement, “blacks are leaving behind their token presence in other undergraduate organizations for the sense of unity and expression found in an all-Black organization.”

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