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Bloggers' Roundtable: HBCUs Doing Their Job?

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Bloggers' Roundtable: HBCUs Doing Their Job?

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Bloggers' Roundtable: HBCUs Doing Their Job?

Bloggers' Roundtable: HBCUs Doing Their Job?

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Are historically black colleges doing enough to prepare the next generation of professionals?

On today's special bloggers' roundtable, we take a look at the issues of importance to Atlantans. Plus, our group of Atlanta bloggers share their opinions about Election 2008.

Joining in the conversation are Amani Chanel of My Urban Report, Andre Walker of Georgia Unfiltered, and Michael Fisher of The Assault on Black Folk's Sanity.

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