|L-R: Mrs. Hyla Cundiff, Fred Cundiff,
Nyasia Hendricks (student),
Julia Johnson (student),
Ms. Eugenia Brown (project staff)
Mr. Fred Cundiff was the first African-American Assistant School Superintendent for the Greensboro City Schools, in the 1960s through 1970s. He played a major role in the desegregation of the city schools in 1971. He described to the students what it was like to be the only African-American at the Central Office, and the good and bad times he experienced in his position of responsibility.