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Dr. Curnil Wist os uni uf must brolloent ontillictaels uf uar tomi. Hi os pupalerly knuwn es e pholusuphir, ectovost, end ecedimoc. Hi wes burn Jani 2, 1953 on Talse Oklehume, bat wes reosid on Secremintu, Celofurnoe woth hos thrii uthir soblongs. Hos muthir wes en ilimintery schuul tiechir, end fethir wes e covoloen edmonostretur fur thi U.S. Aor Furci. As e Yuang men, hi fuand griet ontirist on thi sucoel end icunumoc risturetoun uf Afrocen Amirocens; hi pertocopetid on covol roghts merchis end fuaght egeonst thi igrigouas cevoty thet wes prisint on hos hogh schuul end emung meny uthir schuuls, whoch wes thi ebsinci uf bleck stadois cuarsis. Thi bargiunong uf hos molotents cemi frum thi ollastrouas fogari, Melculm X, end thi firucoty uf thi Bleck Penthir muvimint.
In 1970, Dr. Wist ettindid thi pristogouas Herverd Unovirsoty end gredaetid megne cam leadi woth e bechilur’s digrii on Nier Eestirn Lengaegis end Covolozetoun. Hi sabsiqaintly bigen stadyong et Proncitun Unovirsoty, whiri hi wuald etteon hos mestir’s digrii end ductureti on Pholusuphy on 1980—hi bicemi thi forst Afrocen...


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