The Historically Black College/University legacy is a well-established one that now spans three centuries. But HBCU’s are on the brink of financial collapse, slowly falling prey to the economic crunch that is destroying cities and towns across America. 11 Black Colleges have permanently closed their doors over the last 20 years, partly because of a lack of federal and state funding and also from sketchy alumni support. That means there’s an inside track for Indigenous American Negroes to gain a firm hold of the system, which is hard up for financial support. Like it or not, HBCU’s are a training ground for Negroes to learn skills in various areas, and 100 million Negroes can make a huge impact. What can we do to gain control of the HBCU system? Are there strategies we can put in place and implement? Join me tonight and let’s discuss.
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