Education; Blacks; African-Americans; Integration; Conway; Arkansas State Teachers College; Joseph N. Manley; Pine Street School
Joseph Norman Manley, a 1954 graduate of the segregated Pine Street School in Conway, was accepted as the first black student at Arkansas State Teachers College (now University of Central Arkansas) in 1956.
Integration; Association of Citizens Council of Arkansas; Blacks; African-Americans; Violence; Little Rock Central High School; Education; Pine Bluff; Joe Foster
Statement of L.D. Poynter, president of the Association of Citizens' Council of Arkansas, given to the FBI, regarding his involvement in the harrasment of the nine black students integrating Central High School.
Silas Hunt; Harold Flowers; Wiley Branton; University of Arkansas; Law; Education; Integration; African-Americans; Blacks
Pine Bluff attorneys Harold Flowers, left, and Wiley Branton, right, watch as Silas Hunt completes paperwork to attend the University of Arkansas School of Law in 1948. Hunt was the first African American to attend the law school in Fayetteville.