well obviously i am not caucasian but if she has a full scholarship why can't she go?
I know she likes the idea...white girls and black boys are very trendy now.
i think she would do well. obviously, she will stand out, but possibly in a nice way. people maybe more receptive to getting to know her. her accomplishments will stand out well, and her degree will be highly marketable in the south. it will highly illustrate her acceptance of diversity and ability to achieve outside a person's familiar environment.
it wasnt too long ago when blacks were not allowed to attend schools/colleges/universities. educated blacks established organizations/institutions that created schools/colleges/universities for blacks to pass along the opportunities they miraculously gained for themselves, making it easier for other blacks to receive the same type of education.
kind of like the forefathers of the united states believing in the beliefs "in god we trust" and "life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness." historically black colleges universities still believe in offering the same opportunities of education to black people today. anyone can attend, but historically, the college or university was for blacks. they werent created as a purpose of segregation, but as a purpose of opportunity. that, in & of itself, gives the hbcu the right to hold on to that heritage, as well as accept anyone who may apply, black or even white.
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