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In Civil Rights History Course, Students Rethink Movement’s Past, Future
Yale News

Morehouse School of Medicine Addresses Crisis of Black Doctors
Black Enterprise

Examining the Lack of Faculty Diversity in the UC Berkeley Biology Department
The Daily Californian

Trump May Be The Reason More Students Are Choosing Historically Black Colleges And Universities
Good Education

African American Males and Online Education: A Review of the Literature
Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration

How Racism May Cause Black Mothers To Suffer The Death Of Their Infants

Change Required at Johnson C. Smith University: Clean House to Rebuild Trust in Leadership
The Charlotte Post

After Financial Woes, JCSU Celebrates a $159 Million Vote of Confidence
The Charlotte Observer

Nicole Barnwell—Spreading the HBCU Gospel
New York Amsterdam News

How HBCUs Can Make It Hard for Sexual Assault Survivors to Speak Up
Teen Vogue

Promoting Self-Esteem Among African-American Girls Through Racial, Cultural Connections
UW News

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