Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher, who broke the color barrier at the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 1948, was honored as a civil rights pioneer who led a "peaceful desegregation" of higher education. The Legislative Black Caucus presented Fisher with a plaque during a House session Tuesday to mark the 40th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's May 3 order making her the first black to attend the school. University of Oklahoma President Frank E. Horton said Fisher's 31/2-year fight to enter the school was a "notable example of courage and determination" and "a giant step toward the peaceful desegregation of higher education in the state of Oklahoma." Fisher, 64, said, "I am a native of Oklahoma, and I have been a part of the history of Oklahoma for 40 years. I'm proud of Oklahoma. I hope Oklahoma can be proud of