untitled (Historically Black Colleges and Universities)
27.88 in HIGH x 22.00 in WIDE
(70.80 cm HIGH x 55.88 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right reads, "Richard Ashley Norris, The Atlanta-based artist of the 1994 People of Vision Collection, Earned a Bachelor Degree of Arts from Florida State University in 1975. His limited and open edition prints may be found in galleries throughout the United States./ Poster Design by: Creative Sevices/ Kinney Shoe Corporation/ (c) 1994 Kinney Shoe Corporation."

Poster reads, "Kinney Shoe Corporation proudly salutes the indelible contributions made by African-American educators. We celebrate the spirit of these people of vision who founded Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs)." Surrounding the text are images of the founders and their colleges and universities. Starting from the top center and moving clockwise: Bethune-Cookman College founded by Dr. Mary McCleod Bethune, Grambling State University founded by Charles P. Adams, Crane College renamed Malcolm X College, Morris Brown College founded by Reverend Wesley John Gaines, Florida A & M University founded by Thomas DeSaille Tucker, and Tuskegee University founded by Booker Taliaferro Washington.
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