WHAT IS AN HBCU?

HBCU - Historically Black Colleges &
	Universities HBCUs are defined as Historically Black Colleges & Universities.

Most HBCUs were started by Freed Slaves and Abolitionists in the South and East Coast of the United States to educate Black and Native Americans at a time when they were not allowed to attend Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs).

HBCUs are known for producing outstanding African American talent and world changers, such as Martin Luther King, Oprah Winfrey, Jerry Rice and many more famous HBCU Alumni.
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