Irma Brown Dillon

Irma Brown Dillon, 1970

"I think there were five identifiable African American females in my class of '85. And I think of the five, maybe only three of us were openly identified and chose to be identified. It was a culture shock in many aspects. There was a level and degree of wealth that none of us had ever known. We were with upper middle class and very wealthy young ladies who had come from very different backgrounds than ours. It was just sort of a mixture of learning about different cultures, different value systems."

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