Report Alleges Unequal Treatment for Black Students at Ohio Universities
OBSA report finds Black students feel they are still behind their peers
Black students reported many negative experiences while completing their education at Ohio universities or colleges, according to a new report from the Ohio Black Student Association (OBSA).
Those negative experiences included interactions with campus police, worries about being able to pay for college, noting places to avoid on campus because the students felt unwelcome and more.
"Some had very negative experiences, or uncomfortable experiences or didn't feel comfortable going to the different areas on campus," said Everrett Smith, an associate professor at the University of Cincinnati who conducted research for the report.
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