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Virginia Union University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Richmond, VA

Founding Date:
1865

Enrollment:
1525

Official Website:
http://www.vuu.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Larry Doby
Baseball
13-Dec-1923 18-Jun-2003 First African-American in AL
Walter E. Fauntroy
Activist
6-Feb-1933   Congressman from DC, 1971-91
Charles E. Freeman
Judge
12-Dec-1933   Justice, Illinois Supreme Court
Charles S. Johnson
Sociologist
24-Jul-1893 27-Oct-1956 The Negro in Chicago
Benjamin J. Lambert III
Politician
29-Jan-1937   Virginia State Senate
Randall Robinson
Activist
6-Jul-1941   What America Owes to Blacks
Frank S. Royal
Doctor
c. 1939   Family practitioner, Richmond
Ben Wallace
Basketball
10-Sep-1974   Cleveland Cavaliers
Booker T. Washington
Educator
5-Apr-1856 14-Nov-1915 Founder, Tuskegee Institute
L. Douglas Wilder
Politician
17-Jan-1931   Governor of Virginia, 1990-94
Jeremiah Wright
Religion
22-Sep-1941   Trinity United Church of Christ

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Thomas E. Capps
Business
31-Oct-1935   CEO of Dominion Resources, 1990-2005
Benjamin J. Lambert III
Politician
29-Jan-1937   Virginia State Senate
Rayford W. Logan
Historian
7-Jan-1897 4-Nov-1982 The Negro in American Life and Thought
Frank S. Royal
Doctor
c. 1939   Family practitioner, Richmond
Mark Warner
Politician
15-Dec-1954   US Senator from Virginia
Jeremiah Wright
Religion
22-Sep-1941   Trinity United Church of Christ


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