The whitening of our black state colleges

Delaney, Paul
May 1998
Essence (Essence);May98, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p226
Examines the proliferation of White students at Black state colleges in the United States. Absence of Black on the faculty of Bluefield State College in West Virginia; Author's criticism on the lack of publicity over the proliferation of White students in Black state colleges; Details on Alabama State graduate student Jessie Thompkins' lawsuit challenging a scholarship program designed to attract Whites to Black schools.


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