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THECHOSEN1, lilkeke918 you two guys are far away from the truth. HBCU's do offer a variety of majors. Why do so called "Black Men" attack everything that is Black.

This is clear evidence of self hatred and oppression. When racism is so high that the oppressed refuse to see anything but negative qualities in Black institutions.

The higher the racism is, the higher self hatred is.

Plus age is a major factor in making choices in life. If you have not been born long enough to experience life as OLDER people have, it is best not to rush into anything BLIND.

Me, I've attended OSU, Texas Tech, and UNT and I can tell you from my 33 years in America, that HBCU's offer more for Black MEN. White U's teach SELF HATRED and division of the Black family. I know because I have taken 4000 and 5000 level classes at White U's and they teach Black women a white elitist mentality and encourage them to degrade Black MEN.

So if you are into HATING ON YOUR ON PEOPLE , keep thinking White Universities are better.



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See thats the problem sharing, and been 2 some of the HBCU's and they are not very clean. Also many dont offer good majors 
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^^not true

i got to FAMU and we share the everything with FSU..the only prob is most of the stores and resturants are on FSU side of town cuz they have a 3 to 1 ration on our campus
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote THECHOSEN1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 01 2006 at 6:10pm
^^ Yea i dont know if i should go to a more black or white college

most black colleges dont offer alot

but colleges eith more white people have better oppurtinies like in florida they have there own bus system,hospital and other things and this was msotly white

while the black college was a little smaller and notmanny magors
waveing is mental a barrier u must over come

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Many older Black people say that Black people were stronger and more united when we were segregated. They say we owned more land, owned more homes, owned more business, Blacks married more and stayed married, and we all took care of each other better than we do today. This was all because we lived in the same communities isolated from negative outside cultures that lowered ourself worth.

 

Should this be applied to HBCU's? I think so.

I think it's better for us in many ways. Remember, White people attend Historically White Universities.

Most of the Universities in America are Historically White Universities. Maybe that's why they have a strong pride and many African Americans don't.



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Great topic!!!

I went to a mostly white university in Oklahoma, OSU Cowboys.

Let me tell you, it went through culture shock. I was forced to figure out a way to fit into a system that was not designed for me. It was very hard on me because I grew up in majority minority community. So I guess we are really talking about segregation and desegregation.

Pros:

1. I learned to be around many different cultures and adapt to them.

2. I made some real good friends with people of other race, cultures, and different countries.

3. I learned how the outside world is and how it views me as an African American MAN.

Cons:

1. I never could fit in because I had to conform to other peoples culture and they never had to conform to mine.

2. I missed out on all the African American culture that is so strong as HBCU's.

3. I know that I would have learned more and advanced my education more if I had went to a HBCU.

 

 

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Lets talk about the good and bad reason to go to a HBCU(Historically BLack College)..........
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