The Contemporary Negro College and the Brain Drain.

  title={The Contemporary Negro College and the Brain Drain.},
  author={E. W. Morris},
  journal={Journal of Negro Education},
  • E. W. Morris
  • Published 23 January 1972
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Negro Education
In the last few years we have witnessed many changes in higher education. Many of the changes have impinged upon, or had ramifications for predominantly Negro colleges, (hereafter referred to as Negro colleges or black colleges). These changes include many that involved the desegregation and integration of colleges. For the most part, this has consisted of black students and black professors making the transition from black colleges to white ones, with few white students and white professors… 
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