Howard University protest
Howard U is once again in hot water, this time by its own alumni who've filed a lawsuit claiming the university's board of trustees is illegally excluding graduates, current students and even faculty.
U.S. Department of Education Secretary Miguel Cardona's visit to "The Breakfast Club" touting the Biden Administration's purported dedication to HBCUs exposed his ignorance about the recent student-led protests at Howard University.
A group of Howard University students has taken over the Blackburn Center building on campus in an effort to amplify their demands, including changes to the board of trustees and addressing the HBCU's "housing crisis."
Concerned Howard University Administrators, Faculty and Staff join students of Howard University in calling for the removal of embattled President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, who hosted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in mid-February.
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