Despite coronavirus, HBCUs continue the tradition of helping black students weather any storm

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Published on 2 Jul 2020, 14:33
Almost every college is grappling with the decision to have in-person classes for the fall semester amidst the pandemic. For Historically Black Colleges Universities, the decision is more complex. These four HBCUs are adapting to stay open during the pandemic with support from private donors and aid from the federal government. Read more: wapo.st/3fT7OzH. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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