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Why Depending on HBCU Schools to Teach You About Black History is a False Stereotype

Why Depending on HBCU Schools to Teach You About Black History is a False Stereotype

In this episode, we will be talking about Why Depending on HBCU Schools to Teach You About Black History is a False Stereotype. As a young Afro-Caribbean girl, I know the struggles of going to a school where there is not a lot of diversity in persons and academic subjects. I believe this is the real benefit of attending a historically black college and universities is having an all-around education with a combination of African American studies. However, should this be your only reason for attending an HBCU? I do not attend an HBCU school, however, that does not mean my overall outlook on African American history is not knowledgeable. Nonetheless, for some of us attending an HBCU is another way to learn more about Black History, but should you depend on your education to educate you on your heritage?  Don’t forget to share, comment and send us your questions so we can address them here on the show. You can also visit my website to learn more about me and my journey and Youtube channel to see My Beautiful Brown Life. You can also become of proud supporter of the Beautiful Brown Life Movement, by donating monthly to our podcast so we can keep these discussions flowing. Thank you for joining us today on The My Beautiful Brown Life Podcast, where we tear down stereotypes, to create solutions, so we can all heal and enjoy life. ♡Follow Me on Social Media: ♡https://twitter.com/BeautifulBLife  ♡https://www.instagram.com/mybeautifulbrownlife/ ♡B U S I N E S S: ⇢ For business inquiries ONLY, such as company sponsors or reviews, be featured on My Beautiful Brown Life email me at:contact.mybeautifulbrownlife@gmail.com for all other correspondence, please contact me via our comments. Follow my blog:https://thebeautifulbrownlife.wordpress.com/ Watch My Beautiful Brown Life on Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/mybeautifulbrownlife XoXo, Danna --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbanitytoday/message

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