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Scholarship Service Fund.
The Fund for Negro Students?
I don't remember that one. Is that in WHO'S X WHO?
What the hell did I... I'll be it's not in the recent ones.
I don't remember that. I just don't remember that at all. I know
what it was, it's probably an adjunct or subsidiary to the National
Scholarship Service Fund. Could have been, yes. I remember being
on some group that distributed monies to individual students,
so that may have been it.
You've been a director of the New Lincoln School?
My children went to the New Lincoln School. In fact, my
daughter went to the old Lincoln School.
You were a trustee of your old alma mater, Howard University.
I'm not a trustee any more. By choice.
Was there a problem there?
Time, and diagnosis, prognosis. As I got older, I became
aware of limited time, and I didn't see anything I could contribute
to making that university -- shall I say, honest?
Did you feel when you started serving as a trustee that
you were making a contribution?
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