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Oprah Winfrey Grants Tennessee State University Program Food for 10,000 Families Affected by COVID-19

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(TSU News Service Lucas Johnson) – Over 10,000 Nashville families can put more food on their tables today because of a generous grant donation...

FAMU Professor Shares Racial Disparities of COVID19

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- The CDC reports that African-American communities are being “disproportionately affected” by the coronavirus.

Why the Coronavirus Crisis Could Hit HBCUs Especially Hard

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Higher education leaders say they are very worried about the financial impact on their institutions from the coronavirus pandemic that forced virtually...

Winston-Salem State Nursing Graduate Moves To NYC To Join The Battle Against COVID19

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A nurse who graduated from Winston Salem State University is packing up her bags and preparing to move to...

Morehouse Announces Protective Measures Against COVID-19

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Dear MSM Community: The spread of Coronavirus across the globe and in the United States is a growing public...

Howard University Cancels Commencement And Locks Down Campus For Remainder Of Spring 2020 Semester

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Earlier today, Howard University's President, Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick—who is also an active and practicing medical doctor— made an announcement that we...

Claflin Plans To Be First HBCU In State To Offer Nursing Graduate Degree

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Claflin University is planning this year to launch a graduate nursing program and a climate change focus for its graduate biotechnology program.

100% Pass Rate For FAMU School Of Nursing

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Congratulations are in order for the Rattlers of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). The Office of the Provost is pleased to...

Round Up For Ronald McDonald House Charities, Support Mobile Healthcare

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WASHINGTON, DC — McDonald’s launched the Round Up for RMHC campaign to make it easier than ever for customers to donate to the Ronald McDonald...

SCLC Founding Member And 3-Time HBCU Grad, Dr. D.O. Simpkins Dies At 94

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SHREVEPORT TIMES - C.O. Simpkins was a founding member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1960 and worked with Dr. ...

Morehouse School of Medicine Professor Discusses Unique Mental Health Risks

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WebMD shares: Gail Mattox, MD, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, has been...

Howard University Grad Taraji P. Henson Shares Her Personal Struggle With Depression And Anxiety

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HBCU Community, you may remember Taraji P. Henson launching the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation — named after her father whom Henson believes...

PVAMU Leads Efforts To Assist Houston Food Bank Following Detrimental Ammonia Leak

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In the true spirit of Thanksgiving, PVAMU's Media Relations Team shared the following release: As the Houston Food Bank (HFB) continues to...
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WordCamp In Africa – Learning Growing Collaboration

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The increase of African students with tech skills that are more advanced than HBCU instructors will be a serious issue in a few years. African students are participating in WordCamp and KidsCamp conferences increasingly.

Educational Policy That Is Inclusive Of The LGBTQ Students At HBCUs

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Recently, I had the opportunity to connect with my cousins who are Morehouse men from different generations....

Albany Alums Are Still Fired Up Over A Controversial Bill

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

Detroit High School Students Get A Taste Of HBCU Culture

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(HBCU Buzz) - During a college fair dubbed “Destination HBCU,” Southfield High School for the Arts and...

Southern To Use $50,000 Campus-Improvement Grant At The Bluff

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Southern University has been awarded a $50,000 campus improvement grant through The Home Depot: Retool Your School grant program.

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