univ exp 1 - Jonathan Grant Mr. Brown University Experience...

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Jonathan Grant Mr. Brown University Experience 9/5/2008 The purpose of an HBCU is to express pride through the African Americans that attend. The present students of today’s HBCUs reflect the successful past of fore-fathers who started the path to greatness. Another function of this type of university is to expose individuals to an excessive amount of black people that can make something of themselves. No matter where you are in a country, the success rate of blacks is not high enough. Exposing this amount of blacks working for the same causes will build a sense of belief. These schools are an important to a cultural landscape because they have promoted diversity overtime. In order for most societies to expand and grow, there must be a variety of different elements. An HBCU does not just contain all black students these days. They have obtained the pedigree and been respected by the rest of the world, so the universities have a student population of all races. Several types of cultures come with such diversity which allows
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENGL 1101 taught by Professor Hanks during the Fall '09 term at N.C. A&T.

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