Historically Black Law Schools Stay the Course on Social Justice Mission

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo, April 6, 2012

Historically Black law schools stick to their original mission while modifying curriculums to remain relevant during tough economic times.

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by Ibram H. Rogers, April 6, 2012

As a historian of Black student activism, I am seeing something historic taking place at Howard University with the formation of Students Against Mass Incarceration, writes SUNY professor Ibram H. Rogers.

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by Greg Risling, Associated Press, April 6, 2012

The dozens of student protesters who were pepper-sprayed by police at a California community college this week weren't just angry about not getting into a meeting of school trustees.

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