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A study by the National Association of Scholars revealed that at least 75 American colleges have black-only graduation ceremonies and 43 percent of surveyed colleges offer segregated residential halls. The organization refers to this as “neo-segregation.”

According to a study by the National Association of Scholars, graduation ceremonies at American universities are becoming increasingly segregated.

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The study revealed that as many as 75 total colleges segregated graduation ceremonies. And that’s not all. 43 percent of the colleges included in the study offer segregated residential halls.

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  1. we got rid of Jim crow segregation laws. Now the collages want Jane crow segregation laws. This is just raciest stupidity.

  2. An insult to the memory of the assassinated President Abraham Lincoln and the multitude of white soldiers who fought and died in the Civil War in order to free slaves and to the thousands of elected officials who then sought to end segregation and extend equal rights to Blacks.

  3. In my opinion this article leaves important information out. Is this the colleges policies to have separate graduation ceremonies, or is it because the black students want a separate graduation ceremony? If it is the first then shame on them.

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