$2 Million Bequest for GLBT Students at Kent State is Among Largest Ever
An Ohio businessman has promised a bequest of $2 million to Kent State University for GLBT programs, breaking a similar commitment to the university of Akron.
Ohio.com posted an article on the story Apr. 17. Harry Jackson, the owner of a shop located near the University of Akron and a former corporate tax attorney, had initially promised a bequest to the nearby school as part of an agreement that the U of Akron would not use eminent domain to acquire his property.Akron donor to fund new endowment set aside for LGBT Kent State students
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