This chapter follows Gloria Richardson’s ongoing intellectual development at Howard University in Washington, DC. Under the tutelage of intellectual giants such as E. Franklin Frazier, Rayford Logan, and Sterling Brown, Richardson broadened and sharpened her social, economic, and political philosophies. Through her sociology courses, Richardson obtained the knowledge and research skills that would provecritical to her leadership of the Cambridge movement. It was also during her time at Howard that Richardson participated in her first organized protest against racism.
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