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HBCU Student Chrichanni Watson: President Trump Is ‘Making Progress’ On The Yard

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Florida A&M University student Chrichanni Watson recently said during an interview with the conservative Breitbart News Daily that President Donald Trump is “making progress”...

Rep. Alma Adams Works to Support HBCUs

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The Charlotte Observer In her first leadership role as a member of Congress, North Carolina’s Rep. Alma Adams on Tuesday made sure that minority students...

FAMU Grad, Andrew Gillum, To Speak At DNC Wednesday

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Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum will speak at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday. Gillum, who also is a graduate of HBCU Florida Agricultural...

More Promises Broken as Trump Downsizes Annual HBCU Conference and Cuts Reserve Funding

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The White House announced Friday it's switching up the format of an upcoming meeting between President Donald Trump and representatives of historically black colleges....

Texas Southern University Finalizes Its Campus Carry Policy

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Texas Southern University has finalized its Campus Carry Policy. The policy, which goes into effect August 1, 2016, was established in compliance with Senate...

Spelman Grad Stacey Abrams Fires Up The DNC

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Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, who is also a graduate of HBCU Spelman College in Atlanta, defended Hillary Clinton and declared that she...

Benedict College Students Are Asked To Stay In Dorms During Trump’s Speech At The...

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COLUMBIA, S.C. – In a way, what happened outside Benedict College's gates in the heart of downtown felt quite small. At its peak, the...

Howard Grad Kasim Reed And Spelman Grad Stacey Abrams To Speak At DNC

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On Monday, several Democratic leaders and multiple celebrities are scheduled to offer their shared vision for the future of America in Philadelphia for the...

Morehouse Grad, DHS Head Jeh Johnson Admits To Being Racially Profiled

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In early July, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson, who is a graduate of HBCU Morehouse College in Atlanta, and NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton...

99 Years Later: Black Wall Street And Why It Matters

Racial prejudice, lynchings and unsubstantiated murders were still the reality of Black men, women and children in the early 1900s, before then, and since...

This Howard Grad Spars With Black Journalist at NABJ Convention

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White House aide Omarosa Manigault's chilly reception on a panel at a convention for black journalists Friday spiraled into a screaming match following questions...

Kanye West Creates College Fund For George Floyd’s Daughter In $2M Donation

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Kanye West joins millions in all fifty states and countless countries across the world who are uniting in response to the senseless murder of...

Protesting Dillard University Students, Alumni Pepper-Sprayed Over David Duke Presence On Campus

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Dillard University students and alumni were pepper-sprayed on Wednesday by Dillard University police on campus for attempting to forcibly enter the auditorium at Dillard....

Florida Congressional Reps Join New HBCU Caucus

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Sunshine State News Four representatives from Florida -- Democrats Corrine Brown, Gwen Graham, Alcee Hastings and Frederica Wilson -- joined more than 30 other members...

TMCF CEO Says He’s ‘Optimistic’ About Trump In New Inside Sources Interview

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President and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Johnny C. Taylor Jr. is the subject of an educational Inside Sources interview published Monday and penned...

WATCH: FAMU Grad Andrew Gillum On The Breakfast Club

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Andrew Gillum appeared on The Breakfast Club the other day where he discussed everything under the sun like the power of organizing, and more. "This...

Shaun King Exposes Facebook Group Plotting To Kill Him

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Shaun King recently raised alarms after receiving death threats from individuals associated with law enforcement. In the private Facebook group, various civil servants conspired...

Case involving UMES, other HBCU’s closes

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Lawyers for the state of Maryland and for a group of students and alumni of Maryland’s four historically black universities sparred Friday over whether...

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