What Howard University’s upswing means for other historically Black colleges

From NPR: “Students return to classes at Howard University on Monday, and they’re arriving at a high point for the school. This summer, journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones joined the faculty as its inaugural Knight Chair in Race and Investigative Reporting (ph). And that comes on the heels of the swearing-in of Howard alum Kamala Harris as vice president and record donations. … Third-year student Jordyn Allen says HBCUs don’t often get the same mainstream attention as predominantly white institutions. … Allen says HBCUs have always known their value. She’s glad others are finally seeing it, too.”

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