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HBCUs: Much greater than a brief photo opportunity

This piece appears on various publications associated with the Trice Edney News Wire, including The New Pittsburgh Courier.  I love historically Black colleges and universities, commonly referred to as HBCUs. I’m certainly biased, as I’m a graduate of Howard University … Continue reading

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The Continued Necessity of Historically Black Colleges and Universities

On March 2, 1867, President Andrew Johnson approved a congressional enactment that chartered the Howard University in the District of Columbia. I dedicate this piece to my alma mater and to the 104 other historically Black colleges and universities in … Continue reading

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