This month Allegra and Mariano conduct two interviews with HBCU alums and detail the history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Sound Clips:
Settle Down” by Kimbra
References 
  • U.S Department of Education  Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Higher Education Desegregation
  • Smithsonian  National Museum of African American History and Culture  Five Things To Know: HBCU Edition
  • African American Registry  HBCU’s in America, a short history
  • BlackPast.org  American Missionary Association (1846-1999)
  • BlackPast.org  Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands (1865-1872)
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Allegra Alvarado

Host, HISTORY OF COLOR & TV ATE MY BRAIN I am a mother, wife and current nursing student as well as life student. I've packed many experiences into my life and am looking forward to more. I love writing, science fiction (particularly A.I. driven stories) as well as pop culture and history. I have a passion for good and for timeless style. I always look to have my ideals challenged and to meet people that have different life experiences and points of view.