S05 E31: The History & Importance of HBCUs with YaYa Gordon & Kyle Yeldell

HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges) were created during one of the most undiscussed times in history. The reconstruction period was the time when African Americans showed their strength. Being recently released from slavery, African Americans hit the ground running becoming doctors, lawyers, politicians, and forming schools. Join us with our panel of HBCU alumni as we discuss the history of HBCUs.

HBCU alumni YaYa Gordon, Kyle Yeldell, and Donya Williams talked about the history, culture, and importance of these distinguished and important higher education institutions.

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