Morgan, J. (1995). Black males on campus. Black Issues in Higher Education, 12(14), 14-14.
Responsible educators are concerned at the underrepresentation of black males on college campuses. Although colleges and universities aggressively recruit collegiate sports stars, only a minuscule number of them implement early intervention programs to induce African-American males to think about higher education. Byron Bullock, associate vice president for student affairs at the predominantly white James Madison University, responded to the statistics on young black males by instigating the African American Male Academy, which promotes higher education among black males. Similar programs exist at the University of Cincinnati, the University of Toledo, and Florida A&M University.
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