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Top priorities for Maryland HBCU spending: Affordability, research, entrepreneurship

Maryland's historically Black colleges and universities are now saddled with the task of figuring out how to spend millions in new funds.

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HBCU supporters eye legislative solution to protracted litigation

Thirteen years after filing a lawsuit alleging the state of Maryland had willfully supported predominantly white institutions over historically black colleges, backers of the traditionally black schools sense an opportunity to resolve the case — but they see that opportunity ...

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HBCU supporters vow to continue fight for higher lawsuit settlement

ANNAPOLIS — Supporters of Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities have been fighting for more than a decade and are not going away now, they told the governor and lawmakers at a rally outside the state government complex Wednesday. Black ...

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Parties propose special master candidates in Md. college segregation case

The parties to a lawsuit over segregation at Maryland colleges proposed Monday candidates to oversee the implementation of a federal judge’s order despite the state’s last-minute request to stay the process. U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake issued a permanent ...

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State seeks change to ruling on segregation on Md. colleges

The state is asking a federal judge to vacate her judgment from October 2013 finding Maryland’s state colleges and universities maintained traces of past segregation, arguing the court’s decision was based on flawed reasoning that came to light during this ...

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