Kalamazoo College Shaw University Exchange, 1964
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A group of students at Shaw University during an exchange program, March 1964. For several years Kalamazoo College held an annual Religious Emphasis Week that involved speakers and programs on a variety of religion-related subjects. In 1964, it was decided to substitute the traditional program for an exchange with Shaw University, the oldest historically black Baptist college, located in Raleigh, North Carolina. Kalamazoo students and Political Science professor Donald Flesche visited the Shaw campus for a week, and then a group of Shaw students came to "K." In this picture, left to right, are: Annette Walker, Gloria Lloyd, Anna Peterson (Shaw); Jeanne Tiller (K); Sandra Leary (Shaw); Oliver Nicholson (K); Rachel Williams (Shaw); Gretchen Cassel, Gene Tidrick, Dr. Donald Flesche (K); Earlyn Andrews (Shaw); and Linda Rodd (K). The photograph was taken by D. Hinton of Raleigh.
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