Changes in the HBCU landscape may render black civil rights lawyers extinct

December 19, 2013   // 0 Comments

by Theodore R. Johnson and Christalyn Solomon After graduating from Lincoln University, a historically black college and university (HBCU),Thurgood Marshall couldn’t return to his hometown of Baltimore for legal training because the University of Maryland Law School refused to admit blacks. He had no choice but to attend another HBCU: the Howard University School of Law. To pay tuition there, his...

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