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<p>Johnny Taylor, president of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund in D.C., said HBCUs are laying off faculty and staff and eliminating student work study programs. (Courtesy photo)</p>

Johnny Taylor, president of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund in D.C., said HBCUs are laying off faculty and staff and eliminating student work study programs. (Courtesy photo)

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HBCUs Struggling to Keep Up

The president of the D.C.-based Thurgood Marshall College Fund said recently that historically black colleges and universities are feeling the effects of underfunding, but are getting serious about resolving those issues.