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Joseph Vaughn Day: Reflecting on ‘uncommon courage’

When Joseph Vaughn ’68 enrolled at Furman in 1965, he not only broke the color barrier, he ushered in other men and women like him who would go on to achieve great things. As the...

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Both sides now

Tomiko Brown-Nagin, a 1992 Furman University history alumna, is featured on the cover of Harvard Magazine. In the accompanying story, contributing editor and journalist Lincoln Caplan offers a detailed account of Brown-Nagin's early years growing...

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After the protests: Book describes how communities can make systemic change

[caption id="attachment_45700" align="alignright" width="265"] "Between Remembrance and Repair" is publishing on the 56th anniversary of the "Mississippi Burning" murders.[/caption] The Black Lives Matter movement skyrocketed after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud...

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