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Sisney, Ricardo

(born: 1939) 

Born in Henderson, KY, Ricardo Sisney became the first African American assistant principal at the Senior High School in Bowling Green, KY, in 1971. He was co-founder of the Eta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity in 1972. Sisney is a graduate of Henderson Douglas High School and Kentucky State College [now Kentucky State University]. For more see Who's Who Among Black Americans, 3rd-4th & 6th-8th ed.; and Ricardo Sisney in The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky Oral History Project at the Kentucky Historical Society.

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