The #BankBlack revolution has already began. Thousands of African Americans across the country are transferring their money to Black-owned banks that invest in urban communities and businesses. Initiated by several celebrities like Solange and rapper ...
Posted Monday, July 25th 2016 at 2:35PM
Rochelle Riley, Detroit Free Press Columnist
DelShawn Fowler is an 18-year-old who wants to travel the world and help people. He also is the son of a single, struggling, 32-year-old mother of six who didnít attend college, who cleans commercial a ...
Posted Monday, July 25th 2016 at 11:27AM
by Jessica Fraser
When Brian Frazier wrote Ď#iBelieveí, he had no clue that his song would reach some of the best artists in the music industry. But with his faith background and love for hip hop music, this Tennessee State University graduate fol ...
Posted Monday, July 25th 2016 at 10:57AM
Every week, we will feature some of the hot jobs that employers are posting on our site. This is only a fraction of what you can find on in our Career Center. These are great opportunities so apply today! Employers are waiting. ...
Posted Saturday, July 23rd 2016 at 12:00AM
Devin Crowther hadnít begun classes in the School of the Environment before he decided to become an agent of change and fight against environmental justice issues.
While presenting at the third annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities C ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 4:25PM
After a tense summer nationally, and fearing a return of campus protests, college officials call for a peaceful start to the academic year.
Bracing for another round of student protests as the new academic year begins, coll ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 4:00PM
Hooks-Epstein Galleries will present the first solo gallery exhibition for Kingsley Onyeiwu.
The exhibition opens at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 9, and is followed by a conversation with the artist at 4 p.m. and reception for the artist from 5-8 ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 2:17PM
North Carolina Central University (NCCU) was honored as the 2016 HBCU of the Year by HBCU Digest during the annual awards contest recognizing achievement among the nationís 111 historically black colleges and universities.
NCCUís Biomanufact ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 2:06PM
Discovery of a molecule that could make chemotherapy treatments more tolerable for some patients has resulted in the first commercial license executed by the Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology Enterprise (BRITE) at North Carolina Cent ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 2:03PM
By KARIN KAPSIDELIS Richmond Times-Dispatch | Posted 15 hours ago
The presidents of Virginia State and Norfolk State universities have joined with the leaders of 32 other historically black colleges and universities in a pledge to organize a symp ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 1:51PM
The United Methodist Churchís Division of Higher Education and Ministry reaffirmed its commitment to support Paine College during a press conference held on campus in Candler Memorial Library. Reverend James Cason, Senior Pastor of First United Metho ...
Posted Friday, July 22nd 2016 at 1:49PM
On July 19, Oakwood University's Peters Media Center was the site of WAAY TV's Town Hall: A Plan for Peace, a program that sought to engage community leaders, clergy, law enforcement, activists and concerned citizens in a dialogue about being proacti ...
Posted Wednesday, July 20th 2016 at 7:51PM
WHEN: Friday from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: ASU's National Center, located at 1345 Carter Hill Rd., across from Heritage Barbershop.
Alabama State University's National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture will h ...
Posted Wednesday, July 20th 2016 at 2:12PM
WHEN: Saturday (July 23) from 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
WHERE: Levi Watkins Learning Center (ASU Library).
Alabama State Universityís Library - Levi Watkins Learning Center (LWLC) - in partnership with the ASU National Center for the Study of Civil ...
Posted Wednesday, July 20th 2016 at 1:58PM
College is often considered the surest path to a lucrative career. After all, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, a worker with a bachelor's degree or higher typically earns 79% more than someone with just a high school diploma. But not all college degrees are created equal. ...
Posted Wednesday, July 20th 2016 at 12:41PM