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  • multiracialbookclub
    The HIBMCU Institutions `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto Colleges and Universities (HIBMCU) are those colleges or universities which were established
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 24, 2006
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      The HIBMCU Institutions




      `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto
      Colleges and Universities' (HIBMCU)

      are those colleges or universities which were
      established before 1964
      with the intention of 
      [removing educational barriers from members
      of the]
      African-American [Ethnic grouping].

      Before 1864, the
      African-Americans were almost
      always excluded from [access to] higher education
      opportunities at the predominantly-White colleges
      and universities—with notable exceptions such
      as the integrated Oberlin College in Ohio .

      There are more than 100 HIBMCU
      (a.k.a. historically-"black
      ") colleges
      in the United States -- and they
      are located almost exclusively in
      the southern and eastern states.

      Four HIBMCUs are located in the Midwestern
      states (two each in Missouri and Ohio ),
      --- while one is in the Virgin Islands
      .

      SOURCE:

      http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151&p=1  
      http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151 

    • multiracialbookclub
      The HIBMCU Institutions `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto Colleges and Universities (HIBMCU) are those colleges or universities which were established
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 30, 2009
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        The HIBMCU Institutions





        `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto
        Colleges and Universities' (HIBMCU)

        are those colleges or universities which were
        established before 1964
        with the intention of 
        [removing educational barriers from members
        of the]
        African-American [Ethnic grouping].

        Before 1864, the
        African-Americans were almost
        always excluded from [access to] higher education
        opportunities at the predominantly-White colleges
        and universities—with notable exceptions such
        as the integrated Oberlin College in Ohio .

        There are more than 100 HIBMCU
        (a.k.a. historically-"black
        ") colleges
        in the United States -- and they
        are located almost exclusively in
        the southern and eastern states.

        Four HIBMCUs are located in the Midwestern
        states (two each in Missouri and Ohio ),
        --- while one is in the Virgin Islands
        .

        SOURCE:

        http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151&p=1  
        http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151 

      • meticreole2
        HU is unique in that it is a former Residential/Boarding School : http://twofrog.com/hampton.html In
        Message 3 of 5 , Sep 10, 2009
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          HU is unique in that it is a former "Residential/Boarding School":
          http://twofrog.com/hampton.html 

          Re: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/3860
        • edmund james
          Hey thanks for the share. This was forced assimulation ! I am glad you posted this, it needs to get out from behind closed doors. ... From: meticreole2
          Message 4 of 5 , Sep 11, 2009
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            Hey thanks for the share. This was forced assimulation ! I am glad you posted this, it needs to get out from behind closed doors.

            --- On Thu, 9/10/09, meticreole2 <kahlilc@...> wrote:

            From: meticreole2 <kahlilc@...>
            Subject: [Generation-Mixed] Re: Hampton University
            To: Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com
            Date: Thursday, September 10, 2009, 5:50 PM

             

            HU is unique in that it is a former "Residential/ Boarding School":
            http://twofrog. com/hampton. html 


            Re: http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/Generation -Mixed/message/ 3860


          • multiracialbookclub
            The HIBMCU Institutions `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto Colleges and Universities (HIBMCU) are those colleges or universities which were established
            Message 5 of 5 , Jun 2, 2012
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              The HIBMCU Institutions
               





              `Historically Indian, Black, & Mulatto 
              Colleges and Universities' (HIBMCU)

              are those colleges or universities which were 
              established before 1964 with the intention of 

              [removing educational barriers from members 
              of the] African-American [Ethnic grouping].

              Before 1864, the 
              African-Americans were almost 
              always excluded from [access to] higher education 
              opportunities at the predominantly-White colleges 
              and universities—with notable exceptions such 
              as the integrated  Oberlin   College  in  Ohio .

              There are more than 100 HIBMCU 
              (a.k.a. historically-"black
              ") colleges 
              in the  United States -- and they 
              are located almost exclusively in 
              the southern and eastern states. 

              Four HIBMCUs are located in the Midwestern 
              states (two each in  Missouri  and  Ohio ), 
              --- while one is in the  Virgin Islands
              .

              SOURCE:

              http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151&p=1   
              http://66.84.16.75/cgi-bin/article.pl?a=200605151 

              Related Links:

              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Generation-Mixed/message/2471

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