Big donations in 2020 helped many HBCUs, but they still lag behind other schools financially

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HBCUs have produced 80% of the nation’s Black judges and 50% of Black doctors, according to The Network Journal, and now the first woman to be vice president of the United States. But these institutions are still struggling to get the financial support they need. Michelle Miller reports on the impact of historically Black colleges and universities.

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