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Originally established to educate teachers, the school was the first state-supported college for African-Americans.For years it was an oasis of sorts in a county with a grim racial history, a one-time center of Confederate activity where the slave population was the majority.She also chides black parents for allowing their children to be distracted by social media and pop culture trends instead of focusing on education and raising respectful citizens.She talks about her belief in God and the need to love all people, even those who show racial animosity.Everything happened so fast with the new job that Bland said it helped her feel Prairie View was where she was supposed to be. Bland grew up in the Chicago suburb of Villa Park, then came to Prairie View for college.It was quite a transition from the mostly white town, where she was the only non-white cheerleader in high school, to a historically black university founded on the grounds of a former plantation."She was elated because she felt like she had been blessed." Webster was Bland's colleague after she graduated from Prairie View.Bland was a graduate student assistant in the financial aid office, and Webster was her supervisor.

"Laugh all you want to, but I am here to change history," she said in one of them.

In those extemporaneous videos, which range from two to eight minutes and were recorded with her phone, Bland talks about the importance of white and black people being able to openly discuss racism.