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Black Colleges / White Students #191644

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 15, 2000
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Savannah, Georgia: Steve Osunsami) Surprising recruiting by traditional black colleges of white students featured; details given of the economic realities for these schools; scenes shown from Savannah State University. [Savannah State University student Warren "Guy" THIGPEN, Savannah State University President Dr. Carlton BROWN, National Association for Equal Opportunity Dr. Henry PONDER - talk about the white student phenomenon at black colleges.] White enrollment statistics cited. [Lincoln University president Dr. Fred HANSEN, Lincoln University student Yolanda DAVIS - question the change.]

Brown, Aaron;
Osunsami, Steve

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