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The College of my Choice

Its been a long time since I’ve felt genuinely happy. I don’t know if I mentioned that I cried when I landed in New York. These past several months as been hectic. 173 more words

Journal

Racial Wealth Gap: Turns Out Having A College Degree Fails To Protect Blacks, Hispanics

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students don’t often get to enjoy the protections of the college degree cloak promised to White students. 483 more words

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Racial Wealth Gap: Turns out having a college degree fails to protect Blacks, Hispanics

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students don’t often get to enjoy the protections of the college degree cloak promised to White students. 433 more words

Business

Racial Wealth Gap: Turns Out Having A College Degree Fails To Protect Blacks, Hispanics

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students don’t often get to enjoy the protections of the college degree cloak promised to White students. 483 more words

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87-year-old graduates from University of Nebraska

Donning a streak of purple hair under her black graduation cap, 87-year-old Jean Kops proved that it’s never too late to finish what you start. 456 more words

News

Racial Wealth Gap: Turns Out Having A College Degree Fails To Protect Blacks, Hispanics

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students don’t often get to enjoy the protections of the college degree cloak promised to White students. 483 more words

National

Racial Wealth Gap: Turns Out Having A College Degree Fails To Protect Blacks, Hispanics

Despite a long-standing idea that a college education protects minorities against hardships that plague their communities, a new study discovered that Black and Hispanic students don’t often get to enjoy the protections of the college degree cloak promised to White students. 483 more words

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