The State of America�s Black Colleges 2008 provides a snapshot of the strengths,
capabilities, and proposed growth areas of each of the nation�s historically and
predominately black institutions. Essays by such leading scholars at America�s black
colleges eloquently describe the varied and creative ways that black colleges continue
to uphold their tradition of scholarship and service even as they face uncertain
funding streams and political challenges.
Contributors include Julianne Malveaux, Everette Freeman, Trudie Kibbe Reed, William
R. Harvey, George T. French, Wayne Watson, and William Spriggs.
The appendices provide
a wealth of information about black college students and faculty; special collections
and research initiatives; as well as one of the most comprehensive listings of degrees
and programs offered at historically and predominantly black colleges and universities.
EXCERPT FROM THE STATE OF AMERICA'S BLACK COLLEGES
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