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Four decades after arranging a historic meeting in the White House of President Dwight D. Eisenhower and African-American leaders on June 23, 1958 former Eisenhower assistant Rocco Siciliano recounted the back-story of the meeting, highlighting its inherent drama and significance. In the course of sharing his recollections Siciliano paid tribute to an African-American member of the White House staff, E. Frederic Morrow, calling him a "true pioneer in the American black civil rights movement."doi:10.14713/njs.v3i2.84 fatcat:3aus6jxdlzhofafce4et3mh5cy