Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, NY, NY
The most celebrated Black library in America, it is recognized as the world’s leading research library devoted exclusively to documenting the history and cultural development of peoples of African descent worldwide. Since its founding in 1925 during the Harlem Renaissance, the Center has housed vast collections of over 10 million items. 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, Harlem, New York City

Diversity in Sports

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) student bodies have considerable diversity. For the past five generations, black colleges have embraced the concept of inclusion in the classroom and in sports. According to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, white enrollees make up 8 percent of public HBCU student bodies; 2 percent Latino and 1 percent Asian.  In the past 30 years, Latinos have had the biggest increase at HBCUs by 124 percent!