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[PDF] Born to Serve: A History of Texas Southern University | by ↠ Merline Pitre
Nov 30, 2020 - 23:43 PM By Merline Pitre

Texas Southern University is often said to have been conceived in sin Located in Houston, the school was established in 1947 as an emergency state supported university for African Americans, to prevent the integration of the University of Texas Born to Serve is the first book to tell the full history of TSU, from its founding, through the many varied and defining ch Texas Southern University is often said to have been conceived in sin Located in Houston, the school was established in 1947 as an emergency state supported university for African Americans, to prevent the integration of the University of Texas Born to Serve is the first book to tell the full history of TSU, from its founding, through the many varied and defining challenges it faced, to its emergence as a first rate university that counts Barbara Jordon, Mickey Leland, and Michael Strahan among its graduates Merline Pitre frames TSU s history within that of higher education for African Americans in Texas, from Reconstruction to the lawsuit that gave the school its start The case, Sweatt v Painter, involved student Heman Marion Sweatt, who was denied entry to the University of Texas Law School because he was black Pitre traces the tortuous measures by which Texas legislators tried to meet a provision of the state s constitution that called for the establishment and maintenance of a branch university for the instruction of colored youths of the State When the U.S Supreme Court ruled in 1950 that the UT Law School s efforts to remain segregated violated the U.S Constitution, the future of the institution that would become Texas Southern University in 1951 looked doubtful In its early years the university persevered in the face of state neglect and underfunding and the threat of merger Born to Serve describes th
  • Title: Born to Serve: A History of Texas Southern University
  • Author: Merline Pitre
  • ISBN: 9780806160023
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Hardcover

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Born to Serve: A History of Texas Southern University By Merline Pitre Texas Southern University is often said to have been conceived in sin Located in Houston, the school was established in 1947 as an emergency state supported university for African Americans, to prevent the integration of the University of Texas Born to Serve is the first book to tell the full history of TSU, from its founding, through the many varied and defining ch Texas Southern University is often said to have been conceived in sin Located in Houston, the school was established in 1947 as an emergency state supported university for African Americans, to prevent the integration of the University of Texas Born to Serve is the first book to tell the full history of TSU, from its founding, through the many varied and defining challenges it faced, to its emergence as a first rate university that counts Barbara Jordon, Mickey Leland, and Michael Strahan among its graduates Merline Pitre frames TSU s history within that of higher education for African Americans in Texas, from Reconstruction to the lawsuit that gave the school its start The case, Sweatt v Painter, involved student Heman Marion Sweatt, who was denied entry to the University of Texas Law School because he was black Pitre traces the tortuous measures by which Texas legislators tried to meet a provision of the state s constitution that called for the establishment and maintenance of a branch university for the instruction of colored youths of the State When the U.S Supreme Court ruled in 1950 that the UT Law School s efforts to remain segregated violated the U.S Constitution, the future of the institution that would become Texas Southern University in 1951 looked doubtful In its early years the university persevered in the face of state neglect and underfunding and the threat of merger Born to Serve describes th

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