A Person Of Color Will Lead Harvard University For The First Time In Almost 400 Years

Claudine Gay’s election as the second female president of Harvard University and the first person of color to that position marks a pivotal moment in the institution’s history. Gay, 52, has been teaching government and African and African American studies at the university for the past 16 years, according to the university.

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