Documentary on History of HBCUs Screened at Morgan | AFRO Historically Black colleges and universities have served African-American communities for 150-plus years, but they are frequently underrepresented, according to filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Furthermore, he said, many stories are left untold in mainstream media.

Historically Black colleges and universities have served African-American communities for 150-plus years, but they are frequently underrepresented, according to filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Furthermore, he said, many stories are left untold in mainstream media.

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Twenty-Five Percent of HBCU’s Student Body Is Non-Black: Is This the End of Majority Black Schools? | Atlanta Black Star In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013.

In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to study the closure of any school that had an enrollment decline of 20 percent between 2010 and 2013.

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Black People Support Vouchers, Black Leaders Don’t. Who’s Right? – The Root At times, black people, like any group battered and oppressed by the state, may celebrate any perception of forward motion. Folks scour social media pages to see who has what appointment, what political power is being amassed and what black person has been newly elected.

At times, black people, like any group battered and oppressed by the state, may celebrate any perception of forward motion. Folks scour social media pages to see who has what appointment, what political power is being amassed and what black person has been newly elected.

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Report: 75 Percent of Black Boys in Calif. Don’t Meet State Reading Requirements – The Root The most recent round of testing in the state of California has revealed a disturbing statistic: Three out of 4 black boys failed to meet the reading and writing requirements, and more than half of them scored in the lowest category on the English portion of the test.

The most recent round of testing in the state of California has revealed a disturbing statistic: Three out of 4 black boys failed to meet the reading and writing requirements, and more than half of them scored in the lowest category on the English portion of the test.

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At Harvard, Students Host Inaugural Black Commencement Ceremony – Press Release For the first time in recent history, Harvard University Black students (including those with African, African-American, Afro European, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-South American ancestry) will host their own, individual commencement ceremony, officials said.

For the first time in recent history, Harvard University Black students (including those with African, African-American, Afro European, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-South American ancestry) will host their own, individual commencement ceremony, officials said.

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