Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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Even though the majority of African American students at the beginning of the twenty-first century, nearly 64 percent, were enrolled in predominantly white institutions (PWIs), black colleges and universities remained important sites for the education of thousands of black students.


Subjects: United States History.

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