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In Memoriam

In Memoriam 586780 SREXXX10.1177/2332649215586780Sociology of Race and EthnicityWright research-article2015 Editorial Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2015, Vol. 1(3) 347 –348 © American Sociological Association 2015 In Memoriam: Charles DOI: 10.1177/2332649215586780 sre.sagepub.com Ullman “C. U.” Smith Earl Wright II Charles Ullman Smith, known to colleagues and energy into the Section’s newsletter, Remarks. friends as C. U., passed away on Tuesday, April 21, Those early editions show a group of highly 2015, in Tallahassee, Florida. The youngest of three dedicated colleagues who cared deeply about sons whose parents were graduates of the Tuskegee the ideals envisioned by C. U. Smith as Institute and Knoxville College, C. U. was an ardent highlighted [in the quotation above]. (p. 4) supporter of historically Black colleges and univer- sities and a promoter of social justice for everyone. C. U. earned his undergraduate degree at the C. U. was a member of the American Sociological Tuskegee Institute and master’s degree from Fisk Association’s (ASA) Caucus of Black Sociologists University during the presidential tenure of pioneer (CBS). For many years, CBS fought within ASA for Black sociologist and first African American presi- greater participation at its annual meeting and equal dent of the Southern Sociological Society Charles access to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Sociology of Race and Ethnicity SAGE

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© American Sociological Association 2015
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2332-6492
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2332-6506
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10.1177/2332649215586780
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586780 SREXXX10.1177/2332649215586780Sociology of Race and EthnicityWright research-article2015 Editorial Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2015, Vol. 1(3) 347 –348 © American Sociological Association 2015 In Memoriam: Charles DOI: 10.1177/2332649215586780 sre.sagepub.com Ullman “C. U.” Smith Earl Wright II Charles Ullman Smith, known to colleagues and energy into the Section’s newsletter, Remarks. friends as C. U., passed away on Tuesday, April 21, Those early editions show a group of highly 2015, in Tallahassee, Florida. The youngest of three dedicated colleagues who cared deeply about sons whose parents were graduates of the Tuskegee the ideals envisioned by C. U. Smith as Institute and Knoxville College, C. U. was an ardent highlighted [in the quotation above]. (p. 4) supporter of historically Black colleges and univer- sities and a promoter of social justice for everyone. C. U. earned his undergraduate degree at the C. U. was a member of the American Sociological Tuskegee Institute and master’s degree from Fisk Association’s (ASA) Caucus of Black Sociologists University during the presidential tenure of pioneer (CBS). For many years, CBS fought within ASA for Black sociologist and first African American presi- greater participation at its annual meeting and equal dent of the Southern Sociological Society Charles access to

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Published: Jul 1, 2015

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