Black people don't like being social experiments? Who knew?
AJC reports: "In the midst of the civil rights movement of the '60s, Dean--son of a Wall Street securities broker with a home on Park Avenue--saw an opportunity to broaden his horizons and requested a black roommate. . . . [Don] Roman learned only recently of Dean's request for a black roommate. Knowing that during their freshman year 'would have been the kiss of death,' said Roman, not wanting to be 'some white liberal's' social experiment."
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