Morgan State University 80-year-old segregation wall comes down in Baltimore

For over three fourths of a century, students at Morgan State University walking down Hillen Road would walk past a red brick wall. Unbeknownst to most, the wall was built by White residents in the 1930s in response to the increasing enrollment of Black students at Morgan State, a historically Black institution. The construction of the “Spite Wall” at Morgan State epitomizes the hate that does not welcome Black students. Destroying this wall is a collaborative effort to reconstruct and expand the University.

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