Back in April 27th, Maurice Cooley, right, Associate Vice President of Intercultural Affairs at Marshall University, presents Demetrius Miller with his Kente cloth during Marshall's spring Donning of the Kente ceremony in Huntington, W. Va. Harvard will join a growing number of universities when it holds its first “Black Commencement” on Tuesday.
Back in April 27th, Maurice Cooley, right, Associate Vice President of Intercultural Affairs at Marshall University, presents Demetrius Miller with his Kente cloth during Marshall's spring Donning of the Kente ceremony in Huntington, W. Va. Harvard will join a growing number of universities when it holds its first “Black Commencement” on Tuesday. Sholten Singer AP
Back in April 27th, Maurice Cooley, right, Associate Vice President of Intercultural Affairs at Marshall University, presents Demetrius Miller with his Kente cloth during Marshall's spring Donning of the Kente ceremony in Huntington, W. Va. Harvard will join a growing number of universities when it holds its first “Black Commencement” on Tuesday. Sholten Singer AP

Harvard holds first separate commencement for black students. Necessary?

May 22, 2017 11:57 PM