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A federal court judge ruled in 2013 that Maryland’s University system unlawfully fostered segregation by duplicating educational programs from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Recently, the same judge rejected solutions to redress segregation proposed by both the state of Maryland and a coalition of Maryland HBCUs. Kojo gets an update on a legal case that could transform the relationship between HBCUs and the wider public university system in Maryland.
- Jarrett Carter Sr. Founder of HBCU Digest; @JLCS06
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