Black History Fact Of The Day

Written By: Elsie Law - Mar• 06•14

Nathan Hare was the first director of a Black Studies program at a university. He implemented this program at San Francisco State University in 1968.

During his tenure as an educator, he also taught at Howard University. His students included Stokely Carmichael and Claude Brown, the author of “Manchild In The Promised Land.”

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