Where Everybody Looks Like Me offers a sobering account of the perfect storm facing America’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), including poor leadership, Ivy League poaching of the best black students, and efforts by Republican legislators to consolidate or shut them down. As featured on:thewashingtonpost-white-2x

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But these schools have traditionally been the source of America’s black middle class, and interested parties are fighting back. Order yours today!

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