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Free Coffee, Photo Opportunities And Negro Leaders – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - Politicians of all political persuasions and perspectives, at some time during the early stages of their terms in office, invite Negroes to visit them and sit around a table to enjoy a cup of coffee and smile for a traditional photograph! Democrats do it. Republicans do it. Liberals do it. Conservatives do it. When the Negro leaders leave the White House the state house, the City Hall or the County administrative offices they return to their states, counties, cities and homes with nothing but false promises, bad dreams and shattered hopes of better days to come!

Historically Black Colleges Try to Change With the Times

AFRICANGLOBE - When thousands marched on Washington half a century ago, many of the Black students who were there came from historically Black colleges and universities. Today, many highly talented Black students attend majority White institutions concerned about diversity. They're often drawn by full scholarships, and enrollment at HBCUs has plunged as a result.

100 HBCU’s Fighting Proposed Funding Cuts

AFRICANGLOBE - A coalition of more than 100 colleges and universities are fighting to persuade Congress and the special supercommittee not to cut $85 million or more in federal funding.
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