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Class of 1960 integrates

Fifty years ago, teens at all-black Douglass High knew little about their counterparts at all-white Loudoun County. Now, after almost a lifetime apart, their shared history of racial segregation has taken an unexpected turn.

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2 schools' students 'integrated' after 50 years
Article | It's been 50 years since Peggy Robinson Roberts and her classmates in Leesburg graduated from segregated high schools, in separate ceremonies. Back then, teens at all-black Douglass High knew little about their counterparts at all-white Loudoun County. They didn't sit in the same classes, play on...

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