January 30, 2006 Ed Gordon talks with Noliwe Rooks about her new book White Money, Black Power: The Surprising History of African-American Studies and the Crisis of Race in Higher Education. Rooks, associate director of African American Studies at Princeton University, says the money to finance such programs came at a cost to black Americans.
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