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Affirmative Action Revisited

Many African-Americans of my generation were the beneficiaries of race-conscious decisions, and our numbers, unarguably, contributed to the emergence of a Black professional class in the succeeding decades.

HBCU students need a tactical “education abroad” approach, one that synthesizes global literacy, academic achievement and career development.

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Higher education’s notion of diversity is often very broad or even diluted to include a multitude of differences but often ignore race and ethnicity.

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College Education Worth the Investment

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There is no greater financial investment in one’s future than a college degree.

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Even when Whites are a small percentage of students, whiteness still dominates.

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A problem with America is the paradox that it can be a nation with high compassion, but also a nation with no empathy.

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Increasing College Diversity

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In most four-year college strategic plans, there is a good-faith statement calling for increasing diversity as an institutional goal. There are good — even noble — reasons for doing so.

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A culturally sensitive lens is needed when discussing housing and education.

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Only 3 out of 10 African-American students with high potential for success in AP science course work take an AP science course.

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The following includes shared insights about what one might consider when sifting through discussions about this new athletic Power Conference.

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