Terrell Hinton celebrates during the Shaw University Commencement Convocation at Dorton Arena in Raleigh in 2014. Across the United States there are 107 HBCUS, 11 of which are in North Carolina. The first HBCU started in the south was Shaw University.
Terrell Hinton celebrates during the Shaw University Commencement Convocation at Dorton Arena in Raleigh in 2014. Across the United States there are 107 HBCUS, 11 of which are in North Carolina. The first HBCU started in the south was Shaw University. 2014 News & Observer File Photo - Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
Terrell Hinton celebrates during the Shaw University Commencement Convocation at Dorton Arena in Raleigh in 2014. Across the United States there are 107 HBCUS, 11 of which are in North Carolina. The first HBCU started in the south was Shaw University. 2014 News & Observer File Photo - Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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