Cornelius Lacy Golightly was the first black president of the Detroit Board of Education. He was a teacher, civil rights activist, public intellectual, teacher, and educational administrator.Early life Cornelius L. Golightly was born on March 23, 1917 in Waterford, Mississippi. His father, Reverend Richmond Mack Golightly, was from Livingston, Alabama. His mother, Margaret Fullilove was from Honey Island, Mississippi. Golightly was one of ten children.Source: Wikipedia
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American public research university located in Detroit, Michigan
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