In sports, the best players in a given league aren’t criticized for the shortcomings of their teammates or other players in the league. The best players produce the most, get the most credit and blame when things go right or wrong, make the most money, and earn the most attention.
In higher education, specifically in black college culture, the opposite is true. The struggles of weaker institutions brand the culture at large, brings added attention to the flaws of the strongest institutions and minimizes all HBCU successes
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