April 1990 Percy Julian, developer of drugs to combat glaucoma and methods to mass produce cortisone and George Washington Carver are the first African American Inventors admitted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in the hall's history.
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George School welcomed civil rights pioneer H. Julian Bond ’57 to campus for an all-school assembly and discussions with students and faculty on Friday, September 9, 2011. Julian was joined by Mark K. Updegrove ’80, director of the Lyndon B. Johnson Library in Austin, Texas. During the assembly, Mark interviewed Julian about his experiences as a politician, civil rights and student activist, and his remembrances of being one of the few African-American students at George School.
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