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Racial Justice

A College Says It’s Fighting Racism. Critics Say It’s Failing.

When Ohimai Ojeikere was researching colleges in the U.S., the Nigerian student saw online comments expressing concerns about diversity at Texas Christian University, a private college in Fort Worth. But he felt like he could handle it. He’d been one of the only Black students at his international high school.“Then I go to Frog Camp,” Ojeikere said, referring to TCU’s new-student orientation named after its mascot, the horned frog. “In a group of about 200 kids, there were like only seven Black kids.” That’s when he thought to himself: “Man, what had I gotten myself into?”Frog Camp, an experience designed
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