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 with suggestions of articles for inclusion in this feature.

Why Antiwar Protests Haven’t Flared Up at Black Colleges Like Morehouse
The New York Times

Lehigh Awarded for Diversity Efforts, but Students Still Fall Through the Cracks
The Brown and White
(Lehigh University)

Black Member of Florida History Curriculum Working Group Calls Kamala Harris’s Accusation That State Is ‘Replacing History With Lies’ ‘Categorically False’
Mediaite

Schools are More Segregated than 30 Years Ago. But How Much?
The 74 Million

Black Babies Were Used as Alligator Bait in the American South?
Snopes

Fifteen-Year-Old Future Doctor Will Be One of the Youngest Indiana Students to Earn a Bachelor’s Degree
IU Northwest News & Events

Educational Research Should Pinpoint Anti-Black Aggressions to Build Better Policy, Scholar Argues
KU News

Black Principals Play a Key Role in Transforming Education. We Need More of Them
The Hechinger Report

Mary McLeod Bethune, Known as the ‘First Lady of Negro America,’ Also Sought to Unify the African Diaspora
The Conversation

Oklahoma Black Caucus Finds State Underfunded Langston University By $160 Million In Last Decade
HBCU Buzz

A Chicago Teen Entered College at 10. At 17, She Earned a Doctorate From Arizona State
ABC 27

Three Ways Philanthropy Can Respond to Attacks on Affirmative Action, According to Black Leaders
Inside Philanthropy

Brown v. Board of Education: 70 Years of Progress and Challenges
Education Week

How the Romantic Institution Props-up a Racialized Dating Landscape
The Current
(UC Santa Barbara)

University of Oklahoma Sued for Racist Scholarship Practices
Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs

Before Brown, the U.S. Had 100 Black Boarding Schools. Now, There Are 4
The 74 Million

MIT Hired Six New Diversity Deans. Two of Them Are Serial Plagiarists, Complaint Alleges.
Washington Free Beacon

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