The struggle for black history visibility in the Ann Arbor Bubble

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The struggle for black history visibility in the Ann Arbor Bubble

10-year-old Nita Franklin coaches the

10-year-old Nita Franklin coaches the "Junior French Dukes" squad in 1964 on N. Fourth Ave. and Beakes St. Her squad, from left to right, consists of Jeffreey Pee, 7; Steven Hinton, 5; Benton Thomas, 3; Michael Pee, 5 and Gregory Pee, 4.

10-year-old Nita Franklin coaches the "Junior French Dukes" squad in 1964 on N. Fourth Ave. and Beakes St. Her squad, from left to right, consists of Jeffreey Pee, 7; Steven Hinton, 5; Benton Thomas, 3; Michael Pee, 5 and Gregory Pee, 4.

10-year-old Nita Franklin coaches the "Junior French Dukes" squad in 1964 on N. Fourth Ave. and Beakes St. Her squad, from left to right, consists of Jeffreey Pee, 7; Steven Hinton, 5; Benton Thomas, 3; Michael Pee, 5 and Gregory Pee, 4.

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