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Black Colleges in the Age of Trump
The New York Times

The Real Scandals Behind an HBCU: The Arkansas Baptist College Controversy
Black Agenda Report

Black Students Hit Hard by For-Profit College Debt
New York Amsterdam News

Why Do Black Students Quit University More Often Than Their White Peers?
The Guardian

Raleigh Partnership Shows the Potential of Investing in Black-Led Institutions
Next City

Colleges Brace for Tumult in 2018 as White Supremacists Demand a Stage
The New York Times

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