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SUAF Chicago Chapter National Academic Signing Day 2017
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Dr. Janette Hoston Harris-Little Known SU/Black History Facts
Chicago Chapter 2017 Mardi Gras Scholarship Luncheon
Southern University and A&M College had its beginning in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1880 when a group of Black politicians, led by former U.S. Senator P.B.S. Pinchback of New Orleans; a distinguished legislator, T.T. Allain of Iberville; and Henry Demas of St. John Parish petitioned the State Constitutional Convention to establish a school of higher learning for “colored” people. The University relocated to Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1914 (what was then Scotlandville, along Scott's Bluff facing the Mississippi River).