Black College Students: An Endangered Species, Unless They Play Ball
The disparity of graduation rates for Black and white scholarship athletes will become more glaring if the Supreme Court ends affirmative action.
BY DERRICK Z. JACKSON DECEMBER 23, 2022
Vanderbilt education professor Ebony McGee said that those Black students who survive the negativity to succeed in STEM face a final stereotype. She said it is impossible for a Black person in the sciences to be simply seen as a person working hard. “It’s as if they’re a genius or freak of nature,” she said. Read full article here.