Kennesaw State Salutes NAACP

Kennesaw State Salutes NAACP Kennesaw State University officials join officials of the Cobb County…

Georgia (Jan 19, 2010) — Kennesaw State Salutes NAACP


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Kennesaw State University officials join officials of the Cobb County Branch of the NAACP for a concert featuring the Ritz Chamber Players on Jan. 9 to mark the centennial of the NAACP. Posing for the camera are WABE Program Director and host of the Second Cup Concert Lois Reitzes (front row from left); Erroll Davis, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, and his wife, Elaine; Susan Papp and husband Dr. Daniel S. Papp, president of Kennesaw State University. Also, Arlethia Perry-Johnson (back row from left), special assistant to the president for external affairs at Kennesaw State University, and her husband, Steven Johnson; Deane Bonner, president of the NAACP-Cobb County Branch, and her husband, Jesse.


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