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Freeman Hrabowski once spent time in jail for participating in the Civil Rights movement as a child in Alabama. Hrabowski’s now fighting as an educator — and one of his chief missions is to push more African-American students into science, technology engineering and mathematics. Kojo chats with Hrabowksi about leading the University of Maryland, Baltimore County — and how his personal history bridges the Civil Rights era with today’s modern education challenges.
- Freeman Hrabowski, III President, The University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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