Black on the Edge: Amplifying Pittsburgh HBCU Narratives

Khirsten Scott
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were created as a corrective to the legacy of slavery’s having outlawed the formal education of Black people. Although the U.S.’s 107 HBCUs now account for merely 3 percent of US colleges and universities, public discourse surrounding them often hinges on questions about their efficacy and relevance in addressing structural racism. My developing book to satisfy tenure requirements, Black on the Edge: Rhetorics of HBCU Survival, poses the question:...
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