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Can College Cure Racism?
New reading requirements at Harvard have added fuel to an ongoing debate about diversity in curricula. At HBCUs these fights had a different dimension.
What Does Bill Cosby’s Problematic Legacy Mean for Black Colleges?
The Cosbys gave Spelman College, one of America's 107 HBCUs, over $20 million dollars. What does his legacy mean for the future of black colleges?
The Historical Need for Black Colleges
Historically black colleges and universities have also been on the forefront of fighting for desegregation.
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