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[[caption]] Henry Brown presented Budweiser's check for education to Mr. Stanley, publisher, Louisville Defender, and Chairman of NPA Education Fund, in Tulsa as Ben Hooks, Chester Washington, C. C. DeJoie and C. A. Scott beam approval. [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Henry Brown with Cong. Clay at Black Caucus [[/caption]]

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[[caption]] Henry Brown in Booth at NUL [[/caption]]

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Film crews accompanied Lou Rawls as he toured four schools which are members of the United Negro College Fund, and will benefit by funds raised during "The Lou Rawls Parade of Stars." The campus segments are part of a three-hour television special which will air in major cities on selected dates throughout 1980. Fifteen minutes of each hour are devoted to local fund-raising appeals. Above, Lou on the campus of Spelman College in Atlanta speaks with Avis Bynum, a biology major from New York City whose mother and grandmother attended the UNCF supported women's school. Below: Bernard Singleton, a senior at Dillard University in New Orleans, explains to Lou an aspect of his lab research which he intends to apply as a veterinarian. Production of the campus filming, as well as taping of the entertainment portion of "The Lou Rawls Parade of Stars" was underwritten by a grant from Anheuser-Busch.

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