New Fordice report may benefit Mississippi HBCUs

Boulard, Garry
August 1998
Black Issues in Higher Education;8/6/1998, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p16
Focuses on the `Further Desegregation of Higher Education in the Mississippi Delta' report commissioned by the United States Board of Trustees of State Institution of Higher Learning. Influence of the `Ayers v Fordice' desegregation case; Reaffirmation of the importance of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs); Proposals of the report.


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