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Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Declines Call to Pay Reparations to a Local HBCU

A report found that the seminary's founders owned slaves in the 19th century and later, seminary faculty defended racial segregation in the Jim Crow era.

In Memoriam: T. Vaughn Walker, 1950-2019

Dr. Walker was senior professor of Black church studies at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He was the first tenured African American faculty member in the 150-year history of the seminary. He was also the first African American full professor.

Four African Americans Appointed to New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

The African Americans appointed to new posts are Robert Mock, Kylon T. Alford-Windfield, Sherree Wilson, and Garnetta Smith.

University of Louisville’s First African American Vice President Retires

Dan Hall, vice president and director of the Office of Community Engagement at the University of Louisville, is retiring after 32 years on the university's staff. He was the first African American to earn the title of vice president at the university.

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