Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers

Each week, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education will provide links to online articles that may be of interest to our readers. The links presented direct the reader to articles from many different points of view that deal with issues of African Americans in higher education. The articles selected do not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial board of JBHE.

We invite subscribers to e-mail us or tweet @jbhedotcom with suggestions of articles for inclusion in this feature.

The Unforeseen Consequences of Prop 209 on African American Architects
Commercial Observer

Still Too Few Black Female Academics Hold Professorships
University World News

Harvard Falls to the Diversocrats
The Spectator

65 Years After ‘Brown v. Board,’ Where Are All the Black Educators?
Education Week

Funding for Black Colleges Long Overdue in Maryland, Professors Say
The Baltimore Watchdog

New Jersey Makes Move to Recruit More Men of Color as Teachers
NJ Spotlight

At Black Colleges, the Baseball Teams Increasingly Aren’t
The New York Times

As a Dearth of Black Male Doctors Persists, Xavier Continues Creating a Pipeline to Medical Fields
The Advocate

Morris Brown College Continues in Road to Accreditation with Academy of Creative Coaching Partnership
Digital Journal

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