The Maryland Law School refuses to admit Blacks after being petitioned by the White students. The two Black students enrolled there at the time were told not to return.
1890 (Sep 14)
Blacks were refused admittance into the Maryland Law School after most of the white students of the law, medical, and dental departments petitioned to the school's faculty to implement the measure. Two Black students had already graduated from the program with honors; the two who were enrolled at the time of the decision were told not to return.