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    1. The Eloquence of the Scribes: • Initiation, Expectations and Mastery – Continuing the Legacy of Howard University

    2. Egyptian Scribe w/ papyrus scroll An account of barley rations written on clay in Cuneiform 2350 BC Ancient Scribes

    3. Ancient Scribes

    4. Ancient Scribes

    5. Medieval Scribe • Jean Mielot, a European author • and scribe at work,15th century

    6. General Oliver Otis Howard “The rights of the freedman, which are not yet secured to him, are the direct reverse of the wrongs committed against him. I never could detect the shadow of a reason why the color of the skin should impair the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."

    7. General Oliver Otis Howard and Howard Hall

    8. Mordecai Wyatt Johnson Western civilization, Christianity, decency are struggling for their very lives. In this worldwide civil war, race prejudice is our most dangerous enemy, for it is a disease at the very root of our democratic life. Mordecai Wyatt Johnson

    9. MW Johnson at Main Gate and Administration Building

    10. Inabel Burns Lindsay • School of Social Work • Lindsay worked to establish the school and became its first dean in 1945. She served in this capacity for 22 years. She was a champion for social work, civil rights and social work education for all people.

    11. School of Social Work (Inabel Burns Lindsay Hall)

    12. Albert I. Cassell, Architect Opened in 1938 Founders Library

    13. Jesse Moorland & Arthur Spingarn

    14. Carnegie Building

    15. Alaine Leroy Locke Hall

    16. Alain Leroy Locke

    17. Zora Neale Hurston

    18. Lulu Vere Childers Hall (Fine Arts)

    19. Lulu Vere Childers w/ portrait by Lois Mailou Jones

    20. Douglass Memorial Hall

    21. Mr. President, fellow citizens, why am I called upon to speak, what do I have to do w/ your independence? The blessings in which you enjoy, bequeathed by your fathers …are not enjoyed by me. The 4th of July is yours, not mine. What to the slave is your 4th of July …A day that means gross injustice, a sham, empty promises. The 4th of July is yours, not mine…. Frederick Douglass

    22. Douglass w/ Lecture Flyer

    23. Ira Aldridge Theater • Home of Many Theatrical Plays

    24. Ira Aldridge (as Aaron in Titus Andronicus)

    25. Cramton Auditorium

    26. Louis C. Cramton

    27. Courtyard of Tubman Quadrangle

    28. Harriet Tubman

    29. Artist’s Renderings w/ Wanted Poster of Tubman

    30. Artist’s Renderings of Escaped Slaves Heading North

    31. Sojourner Truth

    32. Opens 1st school for African American girls The Liberator News Advertisement Prudence Crandall

    33. Signage for Crandall School /now Museum School in Canterbury, Connecticut

    34. Phillis Wheatley

    35. Lucy Diggs Slowe Hall

    36. First Dean of Women Founders of AKA Lucy Diggs Slowe

    37. Mary McLeod Bethune Annex

    38. Mary McLeod Bethune

    39. Sculpture by Robert Berks,1974 I leave you love. I leave you hope. I leave you the challenge of developing confidence in one another. I leave you a thirst for education. I leave you a respect for the use of power. I leave you faith. I leave you racial dignity. I leave you a desire to live harmoniously with your fellow men. I leave you, finally, a responsibility to our young people Sculpture in Lincoln Park here in DC, a passage from her last will and testament engraved on side

    40. Charles R. Drew Hall

    41. Charles R. Drew

    42. George Washington Carver Hall

    43. George Washington Carver

    44. Earnest Everett Just Hall (Biology)

    45. 32 cent Postage Stamp Ernest Everett Just

    46. T-shirt Honors Just Fraternity’s Insignia Omega Psi Phi Fraternity

    47. Hatshepsut’s Obelisk (Egypt) and Hadrian’s Column (Rome)

    48. Winged Victory of Samothrace (Greek)

    49. Freedmen’s Column, 1989 byRichard Hunt

    50. Schools and Colleges from which Alumni-Scribes have graduated in Howard’s 143 year history • College of Arts and Sciences • School of Business • School of Communications • College of Dentistry • School of Divinity • School of Education • College of Engineering, Architecture, and Computer Sciences • Graduate School • School of Law • College of Medicine • College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Health • School of Social Work