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Henry, Victor Jr.

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Victor Henry Jr. is a senior attending Berea College in Kentucky and will be graduating in May 2009 with a B.A degree in theater with a concentration in acting. He is originally from the coastal area of Savannah, Georgia. Victor discovered Berea through the Woodson Institute, a college summer program. Berea has exposed Victor to interracial education.  He serves the Berea Community as a Bonner Scholar, and theater box office assistance. He has also worked a great deal with local youth as a teacher aid and mentor.  After graduation he plans to attend graduate school and pursue an acting career.

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