At Black Colleges, Internationalization Raises Special Concerns

Justin Ide for The Chronicle

Andrios Robert Silva Pereira (left), a Virginia State U. student from Brazil, speaks with Robert Anderson Jr. (center), a residence educator at the university.
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The nation’s historically black colleges have a legacy of international engagement.

They educated generations of political, business, and scientific leaders, from Africa as well as from countries such as India, whose graduates were not always...

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