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Black students comprise under 10% of students in MBA programs nationwide.
Harvard Business School, known as the number one broker of corporate power, shows even more dramatic statistics — its classes have been roughly 5% Black for at least three decades, according to HBS Dean Nitin Nohria.
Amid national protests following George Floyd's killing, Nohria said in an open letter that efforts to recruit Black students have been "painfully insufficient."
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