Henri Monteith Treadwell | Road Trip

In 1963, seventeen-year old Henri Monteith Treadwell was one of the first three black students - along with Robert Anderson and James Solomon - admitted under federal court action to the University of South Carolina. 

After earning a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from USC, she continued her education at Atlanta University, earning a master’s and doctorate in biochemistry.

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