African American Culture and Heritage in Higher Education Research and Practice

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be replicated widely. In order for the progress of African American participation in higher education to continue, researchers and policymakers must insist that there be no reduction in the commitment to improving African American access by institutions of higher education. With that commitment and consideration of the African American educational experience in research and policies, a significant increase in their participation in higher education is likely to be seen.


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