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Norward Roussell, Leader of Selma Schools in Turbulent Time, Dies at 80

(New York Times) – Norward Roussell, who in 1987 arrived in Selma, Ala., as the city’s first black superintendent of schools with aspirations to equalize educational opportunity — only to be fired three years later amid racial animosities, protests and a school boycott that recalled Read More

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