Reflections on Being First Black on Dance Team

In 1973, Freddie Goolsby-Evans became the first African-American to become a Rangerette. The dance team founded at Kilgore College is known world-wide for its high kick performances -- Freddie says the excitement of being on the squad and making history as an African-American made this experience the best years of her life.

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