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I Am Black, Not African-American
Student Life

Black Alumni Group Calls for Boycott of UNC Fundraising Campaign
The News & Observer

Africana Studies Inclusive and Important, Professors Say
Press of Atlantic City

Black Student Enrollment Lags at University of Maryland
Baltimore Sun

How Winthrop University Is Creating a More Diverse Campus
The State

Inside Evangelicalism — On Being Black and Tired… Yet Hopeful
Christianity Today

Tackling Science and Engineering’s Diversity Problem
UT Austin’s Point of Discovery

Despite Outreach Efforts, University of Delaware Fails to Attract Black Students

Perilous Times for Black Colleges
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Closing the Education Gap for Our African American Students
San Francisco Examiner

Discrimination to Diversity: The History of Black Students at Rollins
The Sandspur

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