I think Reagan did more for everyone than Obama has.

Maggie Lit of Campus Reform reports.

Black, Democrat prof: Reagan did more to help black education than Obama

A black, Democratic professor blames President Obama for the disenfranchisement of historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and credits Ronald Reagan for taking a stand for the education of blacks.

Dr. Jahi Issa, a former history and African Studies professor at historically black Delaware State University (DSU), has written a series of articles discussing education at HBCU’s, which he began researching in 2006. The latest titled, “ The Ethnic Cleansing of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Age of Obama: How HBCUs are Turning White,” discusses President Obama’s funding cuts to HBCUs and how his policies have seemed to displace black professors with non-black replacements.

“When President Obama came into office it seemed as though the progressive, liberal Democrats [had] some type of concerted effort to accelerate the removal of African-Americans in these schools,” Issa told Campus Reform. “But it isn’t just the HBCUs. Now under President Obama we are starting to see the decline of African-Americans in traditionally white schools. It didn’t start with Obama but it did accelerate with Obama.”