How HBCUs Can Accelerate Black Economic Mobility
McKinsey, July 30, 2021 The first higher-education institution for Black Americans in the United States was founded in 1837. Since then, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)…
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UNCF convened for UNITE 2022, the organization’s summit for students, educators and professional stakeholders at HBCUs.
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UNCF (United Negro College Fund), The Steve Fund and Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) launched an unprecedented national effort, Unapologetically Free: Centering Mental Health on Black College Campuses.