Re: [Generation-Mixed] Re: Hampton University
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
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
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 universitieswith 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 .