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Two With Civil Rights Veterans With HBCU Connections Honored With Medals of Freedom

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A former Fisk University student and a close liaison to John Lewis are among several leaders recently honored with Presidential Medals of Freedom. Learn...

DSU Alumna Among Miss Juneteenth Delaware Winners Reflecting On Value of The Crown

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A Delaware State University alumna is among the Miss Juneteenth Delaware winners that are sharing how much the crown has meant for the community...

Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Honored In Italy With Historic Statues

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Several representatives of Bethune-Cookman University were in Italy over the weekend to celebrate university founder Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune in honor of her birthday....

HBCU Advocate, Roland Martin Virginia State Fall Commencement Speaker

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(November 22, 2016 - Petersburg, Va.) – Mr. Roland S. Martin, host and managing editor for News One Now, will be Virginia State University’s...

NAACP Prez Cornell William Brooks Brings In Commencement Address At Jackson State

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Cornell William Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, is bringing in the commencement address at Jackson State University today, and you can now...

The First Ever HBCU Allstar Game Is Set For April

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Welcome to the “First Ever Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) All-Star Game Experience” featuring our talented and hard-working men’s basketball student-athletes from the NCAA Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic...

HBCUs Celebrate 131 Years Since The Morrill Act of 1890 Passed

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HBCUs around the country are celebrating the 131st anniversary of the Morrill Act of 1890! Learn more Morrill Act and all the HBCUs that...

Bowie State University Celebrates 150-Year Anniversary With Its Oldest Graduate

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105-Year-Old Graduate Reflects on School’s Impact on Her Life, Career Beatrice Payne, 105, remembers her days training to become a teacher at the school that...

A Stand Against Lung Cancer: Hoop For Hope 2016 Recap

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The 5th Annual Hoop for Hope brought together the Howard and D.C. community last Saturday through the love of basketball while advocating and promoting...

Howard University Honors Alumnus Chadwick A. Boseman By Renaming College After Him

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One year after the sudden passing of 2010 Howard University graduate Chadwick A. Boseman, his name will now be immortalized on campus. Learn more...

National Black MBA Association Gears Up for Star-Studded Virtual 2020 Conference and Career Fair

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We’re just a few days away from the National Black MBA Association’s 2020 Conference & Career Fair: A Virtual Experience. The pandemic may have...

MOBE Brings The Who’s Who in Marketing, Business, Sports & Entertainment

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Marketing Opportunities in Business and Entertainment (MOBE) – (pronounced “moe-bee”), a leading advanced marketing symposium and strategic entertainment alliance, is gearing up for their...

EdCamp – An Opportunity for HBCUs to Participate and Contribute

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The exposure to the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators that attend HBCUs choosing a...

Former ASU Stingette Captain Janae Harrington Hits Coachella Stage With City Girls

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It was vey hot at Coachella in Indio, California this past weekend, and we're not talking weather. While fans traveled from all over the...

Rev. Jesse Jackson Awarded With Legion d’Honneur By French President Emmanuel Macron

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Reverend Jesse Jackson was honored in Paris today with one of France's highest-ranking awards for his lifetime of work in civil rights. Learn why...

ESSENCE’s Girls United Summit Was Jam-Packed With Great Conversations and Great People

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This Year Marks the First In-Person Summit If you want a one-stop-shop to talk about all things girls, look no further than the Girls United...

Megan Thee Stallion Honored With Houston’s Key To The City

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Houston's Mayor Sylvester Turner just gifted powerhouse Texas Southern University alumna Megan Thee Stallion a coveted key to the city in her hometown, plus...

The Girl Next Door Can Code!

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The Girl Next Door Can Code!! Why children of color and culture need to attend WordCamp, KidsCamp and Youth Camp conferences.