WASHINGTON (NNPA) – As historically Black colleges and universities adapt to the rapidly changing educational landscape, advocates say that collaborative partnerships in business, in the community, and on campus will be needed to ensure that HBCUs survive and thrive in the 21st century.
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In this Week's Edition:
Black Homeownership Dying Where Obama Revitalized;
Homeowners Struggling With Their Mortgage Payments Can Turn to Local Housing Experts To Get Free Help Applying For Government Aid;
Racial Taboo Film Premiered By Hick Hop Radio Comedians ;
Yes, the Rich are Getting Richer;
An Inside Look at our Rotten Prisons System ;
Entitlement-Minded Workers More Likely to Claim Bosses Mistreat Them;
Ford HBCU Community Challenge to Give Away $40,000 In Scholarships To Black College Students;
The following is an introduction by author Craig Steven Wilder to an excerpt from his new book Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery and the Troubled History of America's Universities: It is difficult to imagine college campuses as sites for exploring the lives of enslaved people in colonial America; however, early campuses were spaces in which faculty and students routinely interacted with slaves...
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