Education: Concession at Chapel Hill

Southern Negroes won another victory last week in the fight against segregated education. By a vote of 61-14, the trustees of the University of North Carolina agreed to admit qualified Negroes into its graduate schools for any courses not offered in a state-supported Negro institution. In effect, the new policy opens up every graduate school at the university except law. In that field, said the trustees, "equal" facilities exist at North Carolina College (for Negroes) at Durham, and they planned an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to support their stand.


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