Auburn University experts discuss desegregation

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Posted: Thursday, January 23, 2014 9:45 am

Continuing Auburn University’s celebration of 50 years of integration, Dwayne Cox, archivist in the Special Collections library, gave an account Wednesday of the historic process of desegregation at Auburn.

Cox’s discussion, titled “Segregation, Desegregation and the Vestiges of Segregation,” comprised themes he said run throughout Auburn’s history.

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