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My Brother’s Keeper: The Role of HBCUs in Supporting Young Black Men

Some stakeholders believe HBCUs should play a lead role in the My Brother’s Keeper initiative.

Reverse discrimination a complaint, issue among some Whites.

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An Open Letter of Love to Black Students

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Black professors know there is always more that people don’t see or hear or want to know, but we see you. We hear you.

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Academic Racism in Play in Regard to Athletes

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The University of North Carolina has contributed in a bold and disturbing way to one of the greatest problems in higher education.

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Higher Education: Identifying the Senior Team

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There are big changes coming in American higher education. College and university governance must accommodate these changes and shape rather than be shaped by them.

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When the ‘Rule of Law’ is Unjust

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Unjust rulings such as in the murder of Mike Brown should not be accepted by the public.

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Today, the Wampanoag and other Native American tribes give thanks for those who fight to bring their languages home again.

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I can’t always cash in on this privilege due to racial inequities, and sometimes gender inequities, but being highly educated and at an elite university does benefit me and loved ones on occasion.

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With Halloween just behind and Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it is important to reflect on the politics of cultural and racial dress.

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Declining enrollment has unsurprisingly led to a domino effect, reducing the resources available to students on campus and making the HBCU experience less attractive to students choosing between a plethora of higher education options.

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