Are Black institutions relevant in the 21st century?

January 2013
Michigan Citizen;1/6/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 9, pA1
The article presents insights of several African-American citizens regarding the relevance of African-American institutions in the 21st century, including Jamie Sanders, Deyanka Johnson, and Ryan Oliver.


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