SOURCE: Washington Post
by Cornel West and Jeremy Tate
Despite some contemporary multicultural critiques, the literary and intellectual traditions of the West can and must be separated from "the crimes of the West." If Frederick Douglass and MLK drew on these traditions in struggles for freedom, then Howard University must continue to teach them.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Crystal R. Sanders
Segregated state higher education systems long neglected the responsibility to support graduate and professional education for Black residents, to the point of funding scholarships to send Black students out of state rather than allow the growth of professional and graduate programs in their states.
The feeling of unity expressed by Beyoncé’s loving tribute goes even deeper than viewers may know: throughout that history, HBCUs have contributed to every sphere of American life.
SOURCE: CBS DC
A former history and African Studies professor at historically black Delaware State University blames President Obama for undermining the education of black students.
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