The Future of HBCUs Will Be Determined By The Place of Black Women

Crystal A. deGregory
May 8, 2019 - 5:00
The Future of HBCUs Will Be Determined By The Place of Black Women

Twenty-first century historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) stand at the precipice of a hard-fought past and an unknown future. To contend that the future of HBCUs is precarious is an unpopular, though accurate characterization. For all of their more than one and three-quarter century existence, these institutions have served as safe ports amid the storm of prejudice which rages against Black people in the American experience.  And in a sociopolitical climate in which...

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