#ohioblackexpo (VIDEO) Dr. Frank W. Hale Jr. was a dynamic individual and tremendous force at Ohio State University. In 1989, the Frank W. Hale Jr. Black Cultural Center was established in the heart of the OSU campus. Over the years, the center has served and been a major focal point for African American students on campus. Frank W. Hale, an HBCU grad from Oakwood University, strongly advocated for black and brown students. Dr. Hale was Vice Provost for the Office of Minority Affairs, Associate Dean of the Graduate School and Special Assistant to the President at the Ohio State University.
#ohioblackexpo (VIDEO) For 132 years, Central State University has educated thousands of students from Ohio and beyond. Since 1887, Central State has remained a force within Ohio’s African-American community. #blackexpollence
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#ohioblackexpo (VIDEO) Wilberforce University is the oldest, black owned and operated university in the nation. It was founded in 1856 and birthed Ohio’s other HBCU, Central State University. Both of these powerful institutions are deeply connected and located in history-rich Wilberforce, Ohio.