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Mary Frances Berry, PhD’66, JD’70, HLLD’97

Mary Frances Berry

Berry was the first black woman to serve as provost at the University of Maryland and also served as University of Colorado chancellor and later as a University of Pennsylvania professor. She dealt with issues including voter suppression, police practices, and conditions on Indian reservations as the chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

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