On Saturday, July 22, there will be a graduation ceremony to honor the 23 Black Deaf students and four Black teachers of Kendall School Division II for Negroes, the segregated school for Black Deaf students on Gallaudet’s campus from 1952 to 1954. At this ceremony, students and their descendants will receive high school diplomas conferred by the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center. This event is hosted by the Louise B. Miller Pathways and Gardens: A Legacy to Black Deaf Children Steering Committee. The Steering Committee represents the following Gallaudet University divisions: Office of the President; Division of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusive Excellence; Center for Black Deaf Studies; Institutional Advancement; Campus Design and Facilities; and University Communications. Here is the list of graduates and educators: Students Mary Arnold Irene Brown Darrell Chatman Robbie Cheatham Dorothy Howard Robert Jones Richard King Rial Loftis William Matthews Donald Mayfield Robert Milburn Kenneth Miller Willie Moore Deborah Moton Clifford Oghurn Diana Pearson Doris Richardson Julian Richardson Christine Robinson Norman Robinson Janice Ruffin Barbara Shorter Dorothy Watkins Educators Rubye S. Frye Mary E. Britt Robert Robinson Bessie Z. Thornton For more information, visit the Center for Black Deaf Studies website.