Meet Trailblazers From Atlanta's Historically Black Colleges
These young people are challenging the idea of what it means to be a "Morehouse Man" or a "Spelman Woman" on their college campuses.
Morehouse and Spelman college students represent the diversity of the community from which they come. There are some who were the only black students at their elite primary and secondary schools and students who attended public schools in low-income communities from Kindergarten through high school.
There are students who grew up in big cities like New York and Los Angeles and others from small rural towns in the Deep South. There are students with radical political sensibilities—who advocate for the abolition of prisons, police, and capitalism—and students preparing to work on Wall Street, who believe that the best thing they can do for their community is to make as much money as possible so that they can one day have the