iOS app Android app

Black Universities

What Does a Change to the Greek System Mean for the Historic Black Sororities and Fraternities?

Rev. Gil Caldwell | Posted 11.29.2013 | Black Voices
Rev. Gil Caldwell

The history, heritage and hope that is deeply embedded in black organizational and institutional life is lost when it is assumed that racial integration is a one-way street.

HBCU Blues: America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the 21st Century

Della Britton | Posted 10.29.2011 | Black Voices
Della Britton

In more recent years, budget cuts, aging buildings and failing infrastructures have undercut the once vital role many HBCUs played in educating and uplifting the Black community.

Burden of Diversity Yields Benefit of Attention for HBCUs

Jarrett L. Carter | Posted 10.24.2011 | College
Jarrett L. Carter

Put aside the fact that the black experts and leaders are disproportionately HBCU graduates; there is still the hypocrisy of expecting black students to make the choice for diversity when the same expectation is not present for white students.