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Dr. Harry Edwards

A guide to the work and legacy of Dr. Harry Edwards


Welcome to this guide to the works and impact of Harry Edwards, Ph.D., a sociologist and pioneer in racial equity. Dr. Edwards work has centered around African-American athletes. He is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Dr. Harry Edwards answers questions from the press, 4/10/2014. Photo by Lauren Gerson, LBJ Library. (Public domain).



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