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LEGACIES AND LUNCH

Speaker discusses LR desegregation

By Cary Jenkins

This article was published June 17, 2018 at 2:41 a.m.

Legacies and Lunch

La Verne Bell-Tolliver — the first black student to attend Forest Heights Junior High School and cur...

LaVerne Bell-Tolliver -- the first black student to attend Forest Heights Junior High School and current associate professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock -- was guest speaker at the monthly Legacies and Lunch on June 5. The event at the Main Library was hosted by the Central Arkansas Library System and the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies.

Legacies and Lunch

La Verne Bell-Tolliver — the first black student to attend Forest Heights Junior High School and cur...

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