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Area higher education evolves throughout Black History

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Although founded after the Civil War, Lincoln Parish emerged with a moderate mix of various demographics, much as a result of settlers residing in the area before the official founding.
Like most southern municipalities, Lincoln Parish’s racial relations underwent many horrors, along with positive milestones, as the decades passed.

Each February, during Black History Month, the nation celebrates and reflects on the many contributions of a select segment of society, along with their struggles and triumphs to become equal citizens under the law and in the eyes of their fellow countrymen.

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