Snowden named among top 100 graduates Carl O. Snowden...

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February 20, 2000

Snowden named among top 100 graduates

Carl O. Snowden, a civil rights activist and former Annapolis alderman, was honored last week as one of more than 100 outstanding graduates of historically black colleges and universities.

The alumni were recognized Wednesday at a leadership banquet in Washington closing the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education's 25th National Conference on Blacks in Higher Education.

Snowden, 45, an Annapolis native working as a special assistant to County Executive Janet S. Owens, was nominated for the honor by Lincoln University in Oxford, Pa., where he received a master of human services degree in 1985.

The nonprofit association, founded in 1969, has 118 member colleges and universities.

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