Image:  Six presidents of historically Black colleges and universities visited Tel Aviv earlier this month for an inaugural HBCU leaders’ delegation to Israel. The nine-day trip was the outgrowth of a partnership made this spring between the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, an organization representing public HBCUs, and the American Jewish Committee, a Jewish advocacy organization. The committee runs a program called Project Interchange that brings international thought leaders to...


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