Mario Borha, the program chair of Oakton Community College's Emory Williams Academy for Black Men (Photo provided by Oakton Community College)

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  1. Not to be picky, but isn’t limiting access to this program to black males
    discriminatory and illegal? Can anyone imagine a program available only to white males? Did Oakton get a legal opinion before launch? This doesn’t pass the smell test.