Historyedit]. In 1944 William Trent, a long time activist for education for blacks, joined with Tuskegee Institute President Frederick D.
An educational assistance organization with 40 private, historically black, member colleges and universities.
... of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (later Tuskegee Institute; now
Tuskegee University) in 1935–53, and
Etched into America's consciousness is the
On this date in 1944, the
Q. At this point in our
Since its founding in 1944,
The first HBCU, CHEYNEY University in Pennsylvania was