Understanding the Black Student Experience

Research shows that Black students are more likely to feel discriminated against than other groups, especially at institutions with less racially diverse student bodies. Lumina Foundation's Courtney Brown weighs in on the importance of understanding the truth behind the Black student experience, the discrimination endured by students of color, and the solutions to give all students, especially Black, Latino, Hispanic, and Native Americans, the opportunity to succeed in an education beyond high school. Access here

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