- Kenneth Bancroft Clark (1914-2005) : Kenneth Bancroft Clark conducted research along with his colleagues, that demonstrated the negative effects of segregation of children. A portion of this research was cited in the 1954 Supreme Court decision that ended the legal basis for segregated education in the United States. Clark went on to become the first African American president of the APA in 1970.

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