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Black Women Entrepreneurs Pay Off Debt For 30 Students At This HBCU

“God has been so good to us both. It just felt right.” That's what Pinky Cole, the creator of the...

Surprise, Surprise: Fox News Host Doesn’t Think Elite Black Athletes Belong At HBCUs

As they approached the subject around an article written by Jemele Hill (called It’s Time for Black Athletes to Leave White Colleges), Fox...

Court-Ordered Mediation In Maryland HBCU Case Ends Without Agreement

Court-ordered mediation of a 13-year-old case brought by a coalition of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) has ended without a resolution.

Here’s Why You Should Consider Pledging A Black Greek Lettered Organization

Pledging a Black Greek Lettered Organization (BGLO) is one of the most important decisions that you can make during your...

2 Clark Atlanta, 2 Spelman Students Shot at Block Party

Four HBCU students in Atlanta, GA are recovering after being shot during a back-to-school block party on Tuesday night. Two of the students are Clark Atlanta...

Central State University Grad, Austin Oten’s New Clothing Brand Is Definitely Black Meets Skate-Punk

Last May, Central State University graduate Austin Oten released his new clothing brand, Wrath, which is a skate-punk clothing brand...

Watching ‘When They See Us’ Is An Act Of Social Justice

Apparently, no one was ready for Ava DuVernay’s recent series, When They See Us. Across social media, discourse about the movie...

This 16 Year Old Is Heading To NCCU With 1.5 Million In Scholarships

Ny’Quasia Brown For New Bern, N.C., native, Ny’Quasia Brown, the dream of attending college was one she was set on realizing.

Our ’Forever First Lady’ Michelle Obama Surprise Students At Spelman College

A group of students at Spelman College in Atlanta had a session Saturday they won't soon forget.

Albany Alums Are Still Fired Up Over A Controversial Bill

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany leaders and alumni from three of Georgia’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), are still fired up over a controversial...

HBCU Grad, Olympia Auset Wants To Reopen Healthy Food Store In Nipsey Hussle’s Neighborhood

When L.A. rapper, entrepreneur and activist, Nipsey Hussle, died last month, he was in the midst of inspiring a health revolution for the Black community. His advocacy...

Big Sean Empowers HBCU Students To Become Entrepreneurs

Detroit emcee Big Sean returned home with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Ally Financial, Inc., to host an entrepreneurship competition called “Moguls in the...
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From the Mud: Meek Mill and HBCU Culture

As an artist who has always stood tall in the face of adversity, Meek Mill has become a staple in HBCU (historically Black Colleges &...

What You Need To Know Before Launching A Home-Based Business

According to Small Biz Trends, 69% of entrepreneurs launch their businesses from home. Starting a home-based business can be exciting and lucrative. However, study all aspects of your company...

Back-To-Back Darties Spark Most Anticipated Season Of The Year At Howard University

Darty: a day-time party Roughly four months into the spring semester, Howard University students finally caught a glimpse of the most anticipated...

Morris Brown College Remains Focused, Despite Having Just 42 Students

Driving around the Atlanta University Center one sunny afternoon, Dr. Kevin E. James, Morris Brown College’s interim president, had a lot on his mind. Only...

‘I’m Home’: Trayvon Martin’s Mother Sybrina Fulton Returns To Grambling As Women’s History Month...

“Ms. Fulton is an important voice for social change today,” said GSU President Rick Gallot. “We are excited for our students to witness her example...

Here’s 5 Reasons Why Mentors Matter

If you trace all the way back to biblical days up until the 21st century, you will find that mentorship was the “secret sauce” for many who made...

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