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Long Live the King Part I – King Still Rises Above his Adversaries

“Discrimination is a hell-hound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives.”—Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King,...

Kony2012: The Infamous Warlord Exposed

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The most infamous viral video in history, “Kony2012” has caused a major stir. With more than 100 million views in six days, the 30-minute movie...

10 Things an HBCU Student Can Do For Spring Break.

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The ways that you spend your time in college will be remembered for the rest of your life. Here are the following ways that...

Hip-hop: From Conscious to Mainstream

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Hip-hop originated as a way out of oppression for those whose lives were affected by injustice, lawlessness and corruption. As time has gone by,...

Slaves to the Partisan Political Rhythm

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By Kameko Thomas, HBCU Buzz Staff Writer During the 2011 political season, in the contest for Louisiana’s House District 3, African American voters were able...

Four Documentaries That Dive Into The Backstories of Black History

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate the joy of Blackness. It is so important to see the triumph of others, to help...

Tips from a Christian Athlete – Kesi Hess

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Kesi Hess is the Vice-President of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is involved in My Sister’s Keeper Inc. She also pays On Tennessee State...

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Top 22 HBCU Stories of 2014

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Charles Dickens writes in his novel A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it...

9 Reasons Why Gaining An In-Law Would Be Pretty Cool

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When our siblings get married, they gain all the love and happiness promised to them in a marriage. Someone to share the rest of...

HBCU’s Strive Towards President Obama’s Collegiate Challenge by Ayvaunn Penn

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The HBCUs are taking immediate steps making plans to rise to President Obama’s challenge: for the United States to have the highest percentage of...

What Obama’s speech on Trayvon Martin and race in America means

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On July 19, 2013, President Obama held an 18 minute press briefing where he discussed the George Zimmerman verdict, race relations in America, and...

A Cupcake a Day, Keeps the Doctor Away?

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Articulate Moment by April C. Thornton: We are attentive to our hectic school schedule, but we neglect to provide the proper nourishment for our bodies.

How the HBCU Experience Prepared Me for Ivy League School, Life

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When I graduated from Dillard University on May 10, 2014, I was the first person in my family, like many others that day, to...

North Carolina Central, PNC Bank to Pay Tribute to Dr. John Hope Franklin

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North Carolina Central University and PNC will celebrate the 100th birthday and legacy of Dr. John Hope Franklin with a host of events remembering the late...

Here’s Why It’s Absolutely Shocking For Trump To Suggest Funds For HBCUs Is Unconstitutional

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It's no surprise that President of The United States has his gun always loaded towards his next target. And last week was no exception,...

Football in College: How to Get Maximum of It

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When we say a maximum, we mean quite specific things. And no, this is not a ticket directly to the National Football League, although...

Morehouse Grad Sets New Fashion Trend

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Anthony Moultry is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and has his own collegiate apparel line. Moultry, who has a B.A. degree in...

4 Things Stacey Dash Must Learn to Regain Our Respect

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It’s fair to say we’ve established that there are some African-American celebrities who have reached such a level of success, that they’re just completely...