Interview with Charles Epps
QUESTION 25
SAM POLLARD:

Why?

CHARLES EPPS:

Because that, you know, your main emphasis there is to get an education, to prepare one's self to earn a living. If you're, if you're an engineer, you're going to be, you got to learn the engineering course. And, ah, and while it's nice, if you have time, to, ah, take electives, your main mission must be to, ah, prepare yourself to go out and be competitive in that field. And if you are, I don't see where a lot of, of Black courses, studies would have helped an engineering student or an architecture student or a medical student. If there's time for them, fine, but that's not the main mission of being there.