Is There a Conspiracy to Keep Black Colleges Open?

Is There a Conspiracy to Keep Black Colleges Open?

by Gerald Anthony A. Foster

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Arguing that many of the bottom-tier historically black colleges do more damage to the educational prospects of African Americans than good, the author (a former college administrator) suggests that there might be a conspiracy to avoid holding these colleges to high standards of academic excellence. He recommends that these institutions reject appeals for exemptions based on the history of slavery and suggests that academic success lies in shedding the ethnic definition of the institutions. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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