In 1961, Georgia Tech’s three pioneers of integration, Ralph A. Long, Jr., Lawrence Williams and Ford C. Greene, began taking classes on campus. A year later, the first African American Yellow Jacket to earn a degree, Ronald Yancey, started his collegiate career.

On Wednesday, September 4, Georgia Tech Institute Diversity unveiled statues of the four trailblazing men at Harrison Square.


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