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1910

Hopkins’ President, Ira Remsen, notes that, if Hopkins were to follow the Quaker practice of colorblind admission, then the enrollment of Blacks would send Hopkins’ white students running south to universities in Charlottesville and Chapel Hill.  President Remsen explains that the young white men who come to Hopkins have “the natural feelings of men from that part of the country,” and that admitting Black applicants to the University would be “almost suicidal.”

                                          

       

        

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