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Fewer black men are enrolling in community college.  This state wants to change that

Stephanie Sy:

With pandemic relief funding, he created the position of Director of Black and Colored Men’s Success at Compton College.

Antonio Banks, Director of Black and Males of Color Success, Compton College: But, for these people, there was often just one person on campus saying, hey, I’m going to take you under my wing and show you that that’s where the financial help is, that’s where the guidance is, that’s what you need to do to get that resource.


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