A haven for Black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries-and path of promise toward the American dream-Black colleges and universities have educated the architects of freedom movements ...
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A haven for Black intellectuals, artists and revolutionaries-and path of promise toward the American dream-Black colleges and universities have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field. They have been unapologetically Black for 150 years. For the first time ever, their story is told.
There was so much more important info that was omitted. how uneven standards were to enter many hbcu's no entrance exams, no sat score to contend with even up until the late 1960's. that had to impact the intellectual life of students. how many prof.'s were properly credentialed [masters, doctorates required in subject matter being taught? perhaps someone else will properly complete the history of historic black colleges and universities.
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