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  1. It is a good hear BJU come out to apologies at this time in history. What we now need to see is for the University to put this into action in their admission process and also to educate the members of staff as to how to handle African-America as students and not to be classified as second “class” students. Its easy to come out and apologies, but as a “christian institution” if the University Authorities can organize some seminars for staff to “DEPROGRAM” them of the negative sentiments that will go a long way to show the sincerity of your apology but not just for the news. Remember faith without works is dead. Ray-RayN

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