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Segregation Or Sanctuary? Black-Only University Housing Draws Criticism

DAVIS (CBS13) – Some are calling it segregation and a step backwards, while others say it’s a boost for the black student population. At Cal State Los Angeles, a new housing program opens up dorms for ... read more

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3. Segregation Or Sanctuary? Black-Only University Housing Draws Criticism The housing option generated criticism on social media. The campus is setting aside 20 spots in their 192 unit dorm complex f... read more

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