EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT

THE RISE OF THE HBCUS

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HBCU Activism, Black Professors, Black professionals, Human Rights, Black Education

Resumo

Education is a fundamental right.  Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the US formed from the desire of African Americans to enjoy that right.  The aim of this research was to explore the development of the HBCUs and their legacy of promoting activism.  In using document analysis, a clear correlation is illustrated in the human struggle to obtain inalienable rights and the inhumanity of denial of such rights.  Education for those Africans Americans affliated with HBCUs was not only sought for the sake of knowledge, but to enhance and engage the wider community. 

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Biografia do Autor

Dr. Tiffany R. Holloman, Leeds Beckett University

Dra. Docente História e Sociologia

Leeds Beckett University

Dr. LaTonia A. Siler-Holloman, University of Leeds

Doctora en Sociologia

University of Leeds

Founder and CEO, Bside Press Ltd

 

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Publicado

2021-08-20

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Holloman, T., & Siler-Holloman, L. (2021). EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT: THE RISE OF THE HBCUS. Revista De Educação Da Universidade Federal Do Vale Do São Francisco, 11(25). Recuperado de https://www.periodicos.univasf.edu.br/index.php/revasf/article/view/1600

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Dossiê Temático – Educação e Saúde: conversando com saberes interdisciplinares