In celebration of Black History Month, we are exploring issues that pertain to the Black race and how they affect globalization. In this episode, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are our focus. Our guest, Thomas Joyner. Jr gives an expository on HBCUs, their history and relevance in the 21st century.
Now, you don’t have to be African American to listen to this episode, because HBCUs are not for black students only. Thomas does a fantastic job explaining why in this podcast, and we guarantee that you’d see HBCUs in a different light after listening.
What’s more? He shares how the $85,000,000 signed by Congress in permanent funding for HBCUs affects you as a global citizen. Believe it or not, it does affect you, and the choices you make.
If you run an HBCU, we strongly recommend that you listen to this conversation because Thomas reveals trade secrets on marketing and curriculum that will ensure your institution remains relevant in the 21st century and beyond.