Black Graduation

Students are graduating from colleges around the country. One popular practice that is taking place by blacks on predominantly white campuses is their participation in two graduation ceremonies — one that takes place with the entire university and another celebration specifically for black students and their families. Tony Cox talks with Stanford University student Damon Jones who will participate in a ceremony for black students and Jan Barker Alexander, assistant dean of students and the director of the Black Community Services Center.

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