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Neill-Cochran House Museum presents Modern Times Lecture Series: Black Influences on the Founding of the University of Texas at Austin

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The University of Texas desegregated in 1958, but long before that Black men and women were having a profound impact on the development of the University and its relationship with the city of Austin.

Dr. Edmund T. Gordon will discuss Black Texans’ influence on the founding of the University of Texas and details Black involvement and exclusion from the school’s early history.

The University of Texas desegregated in 1958, but long before that Black men and women were having a profound impact on the development of the University and its relationship with the city of Austin.

Dr. Edmund T. Gordon will discuss Black Texans’ influence on the founding of the University of Texas and details Black involvement and exclusion from the school’s early history.

WHEN

WHERE

Neill-Cochran House Museum
2310 San Gabriel St, Austin, TX 78705, USA
https://www.nchmuseum.org/nchm-events/ut-founding

TICKET INFO

Free-$10

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