In January 1946, Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher first set foot on the North Oval at the University of Oklahoma. What she did that day set in motion a three-year legal battle that would captivate the state, tear down institutional barriers and leave an impact on OU and beyond that remains today. This is the first installation of a three-part OU Daily (italicized) series exploring the stories of prominent black women in OU history.

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