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Higher Education and the African American Experience

Archive for August, 2008

Black Students and Faculty Blast Racism at Harvard U

The Quotable Black Scholar: Fanny Jackson Coppin

Wordless Wednesdays: Black Heroes of World War I

Black Male Graduation Rates Vary Widely From State to State

“Back in the Day” Rapper Turns Stanford-Bound Scholar

The Quotable Black Scholar: Kelly Miller

Sunday August 24th, 2008 in Academia, African Americans, Black Colleges, Black History, Higher Education, Howard University, race | Comments Off on The Quotable Black Scholar: Kelly Miller

Many Thanks to Sojourner’s Place… and Passing It On!

Wordless Wednesday: Walter M. Brown, First PhD Grad at North Carolina College

Wednesday August 20th, 2008 in Uncategorized | 9 Comments »

The Quotable Black Scholar: Derrick Bell

For Black Professors, Diamonds Are Forever, But Tenure Is Not