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About Us

THERE WILL BE NO MORE LIKE THE CLASS OF 84!

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FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Our institution of learning is proudly named after Mr. Frederick Douglass (1818-95) a prominent American abolitionist, author and orator.  Born a slave, Douglass escaped at age 20 and went on to become a world-renowned anti-slavery activist.  He established the abolitionist paper The North Star.  The North Star became the most influential paper published of its era, denouncing slavery and fighting for the emancipation of women and other oppressed groups.

Meet The Team

CLASS OF '84 40TH REUNION COMMITTEES

COMMUNICATIONS 

Maria Odum*

Johnny Clark
Rodney Houston

Sylvia McAfee

Willard Nalls

Van Twyman

FUNDRAISING

Catherine Porter*

Rita Braswell

Alva Dees

Cassandra Golden

Karla Jennings

Robert Jennings

EVENTS

Pamela Jones Andrews*

Alva Dees

Karla Jennings

Willie Pullen

Charmaine Shivers

T-SHIRT

Johnetta Pearson*

Anita Gore

Rodney Houston

Sylvia McAfee

Vincent Ross

HOSPITALITY

Derrick Frazier*

Angela Curry

Cassandra Golden

Sonya Hall

Pamela Redmond

Stacey Robinson

*denotes chairperson

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