Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan this week offered $100 million to settle a long-running lawsuit by the state’s historically black colleges and universities. The lawsuit alleges the state hurt enrollment at HBCUs by duplicating programs at other schools. We speak to the lead plaintiff about the case and the state’s offer.

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  • David Burton President, Maryland Coalition for Equity and Excellence in Higher Education
  • Deborah Bailey Special Correspondent, The Afro

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