The increasing number of Blacks at the nation’s major universities may be Black, but they are also Black people who are immigrants from Africa, the West Indies and Latin America. The largest minority in America is Hispanic, but based on the trends, will the future leadership of Black America be foreign-born? Dr. Camille Charles, associate professor of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. George Frederickson, professor emeritus of history at Stanford University, discuss this growing trend. (3010)
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