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For The First Time In History, Harvard Has Four Black Women Faculty Deans

 All photos via: The Harvard Crimson
All photos via: The Harvard Crimson

For the first time in Harvard University’s history, four of its schools are led by Black women, reports The Harvard Crimson.

In August 2018, Professor Claudine Gay became the latest string of Black women to be appointed to dean positions at the university. Her role as dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences will make her the first woman and first African American to hold that position. In an interview following the announcement, Gay said she hopes her new promotion will inspire other women and people of color, similar to how former University President Drew G. Faust inspired her as Harvard’s first female president . . .

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