“HBCU” | A Poem by Terry E. Carter, Fisk ’80
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“HBCU” | A Poem by Terry E. Carter, Fisk ’80

HBCU The Freedmen’s Bureau and other concerns, provided for that which a black man yearned. Degrees which only coloreds could earn… Classrooms where only Negros could learn… At times, in the places where crosses burned. Started in churches and normal schools— mindful of bigots, haters, and fools. Money raised in a thousand ways… from collection … Continue reading

“A Lincoln Poem”
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“A Lincoln Poem”

“A Lincoln Poem” by Eric Christopher Webb, Lincoln ’91 This is a Lincoln poem like another one of those ol’ Lincoln stories your friends who didn’t go to Lincoln were tired of hearin’ about couldn’t believe or never understand a poem not written by A. Dennee Bibb or Horace Mann Bond, but by 15 decades … Continue reading