General Colin Powell salutes first Thurgood Marshall Achievers Society inductees

May 1998
Jet;05/18/98, Vol. 93 Issue 25, p12
Presents information on the induction of the first groups of outstanding African-American students into the Thurgood Marshall Achievers Society, by the National Urban League, the Congress of National Black Churches and key note speaker of the ceremony, General Colin Powell. Where the ceremony took place; Background information on the Thurgood Marshall Achievers Society; Statement made by General Colin Powell.


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