Black Colleges Struggle Despite Endowments

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On today's bloggers' roundtable, historically black colleges are being hit hard during the recession, and many people are questioning whether the investment in higher education is worthwhile. Plus, the roundtable chats about the Academy Awards.

Tony Cox talks to Shaun King of the blog Shaun in the City, Sharon Toomer, founder and managing editor of Black and Brown, and Anthony Bradley who blogs at The Institute.



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