College Presidents and Black Student Protests: A Historical Perspective on the Image of Racial Inclusion and the Reality of Exclusion

@article{Cole2017CollegePA,
  title={College Presidents and Black Student Protests: A Historical Perspective on the Image of Racial Inclusion and the Reality of Exclusion},
  author={Eddie R. Cole},
  journal={Peabody Journal of Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={93},
  pages={78 - 89}
}
  • Eddie R. Cole
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Peabody Journal of Education
ABSTRACT This essay revisits college presidents during the early 1960s to investigate the long history of how academic leaders manage racial unrest on college campuses. Throughout time, the concept of a welcoming and inclusive climate for black students on majority-white campuses has functioned as an illusion alongside the prevailing reality of racism on and off American campuses. In turn, this essay exhibits how political structures, as well as university hierarchy, have shaped academic… Expand
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