And, of course, the term HBCU refers to schools that were founded before 1964, explicitly for African American students. Today, there are around 100 historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. And as part of our continuing coverage of Black History Month, We talked with some students at Morehouse and Spelman Colleges right here in Atlanta, about their experiences attending HBCUs. The reason I wanted to come to Morehouse is because I heard about so many of its alumni. The first black mayor of Atlanta, Maynard Jackson, went here. Spike Lee and so many others went here. Martin Luther King Jr. went here, and the list goes on and on and on, and I said, well, if those men made it here, I want to be here, and I wanted to have the opportunity to learn what they learned and walk where they walked. Every day, there are moments when I just have to -- I walk outside and look at the statues. There are statues of Martin Luther King Jr., Benjamin E. Mays( ph) around the campus. There are certain spots on this campus, like Sale Hall, where different leaders actually sat.