The Faces of the Courier

But for all that the Courier did and tried to do, it may just have been that the example it set each day, of young people from varied backgrounds working together was the most valuable of all its contributions to a better and more just society. Such truly integrated business ventures were not as common then as they are now, and the example of people going about their business, black and white together, not to prove a point but to get something done, was there for all to see for 3 1/2 years at a critical time in the transformation of Southern society.
Mike Lottman, Editor
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