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Being White at a Black College: An Interview

DiverseEducation blogger Dr. Marybeth Gasman reflects on demographic changes at Americaโ€™s historically black colleges and universities in Huffington Post:

โ€œAt many Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) throughout the country, the student population is changing. The numbers of Latino, Asian, and White students are on the rise. Although most HBCU presidents are welcoming these students, some alumni are often not as excited to see the faces at their alma mater changing. However, other alumni and many students see the growing racial diversity on HBCU campuses as a plus, noting that it is time for non-Blacks to see the attributes and witness the strengths that HBCUs offer in terms of higher education.โ€


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