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March, 1988 Gallaudet University
The university that serves the Deaf hadn't been led by a deaf president since its origination
"WE WANT A DEAF PRESIDENT"
Gallaudet students, with the help of alumni, staff, and faculty, shut down the campus
Protesters barricaded gates, burned effigies, and gave interviews to the press demanding four specific concessions from the Board.
The protest ended on March 13, 1988, and all four demands were met, including I. King Jordan, a deaf person, as university president.
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