Racial equality ‘was never baked in’ to higher education — but HBCUs have always been engines of mobility
HBCUs – in particular – are engines of opportunity for students, producing top graduates and world class research. Take the next step and invest in your future by applying to some of America’s premier institutions. #WhyApply
HBCUs gained the attention of donors following George Floyd's death, but has there been real, sustainable change?
Breaking News: House Democrat threatens to vote against party's spending bill if HBCUs don't get more federal aid: Rep. Alma Adams (D-N.C.) has threatened not to back her party’s forthcoming $3.5… > @thehill #Congress #Tax #Finance
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If a Black student has a Black teacher by the end of 3rd grade, they’re 13% more likely to go to college. If they have two Black teachers, it’s 32%. Investing in HBCUs and public education matters.