While this is a Bill to take away funding from historical buildings, there is a much bigger picture here and that remains to cut cost in education. HBCU's have served many blacks who may or may not have had other alternatives towards continuing education in the past and yet in this present day HBCU's serve not only blacks but Whites, Hispanics and other races as well. This Bill is merely a starting point to cut overall funding to such institutions. No one is getting preferential treatment when it effects the expansion of the young aspiring minds that will go on to mold this country. HBCU's have and still provide a quality education for those from ALL walks of life, so having a bit of history preserved is no different than any other educational institution in this country that may have a historical building or two, where the funding is there, be it through private donations and or organizations and yes of course, government funding as well, which is later disguised as a contribution from some organization, one could only ask, is it really fair? So, when there's a piece of history that stands, it gives others that chance not only to learn about its origin, it also offers the opportunity to learn about its significance. This current administration seeks to dummy down our younger generation through many cuts in education, no matter the avenue they may take or disguise. Unfortunately this is just start to a coverup of the current administration to cut any and all funding towards HBCU's. Shame on these politicians and their selfish actions to go after anything related to education.