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One Size Doesn’t Fit All HBCUs

One Size Doesn’t Fit All HBCUs

by | August 25, 2015

The single-most frustrating question I often get is “what is the biggest problem facing HBCUs

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Affirmative action for elite debtors: Why are we forgiving loans for people who can afford to pay?

Affirmative action for elite debtors: Why are we forgiving loans for people who can afford to pay?

by | August 24, 2015

If you think you have heard it all about the student loan crisis, then I bet you think the main

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A Closer Look at Racial Identity

A Closer Look at Racial Identity

by | August 23, 2015

I don’t often have race conversations in public.

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New ‘Soldiers for Justice’ Must Carry On Fight in Julian Bond’s Place

New ‘Soldiers for Justice’ Must Carry On Fight in Julian Bond’s Place

by | August 19, 2015

“The humanity of all Americans is diminished when any group is denied rights granted to other

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Race is Indeed an American Dilemma

Race is Indeed an American Dilemma

by | August 18, 2015

Over a century ago, Black intellectual extraordinaire of his day, WEB DuBois, stated that the p

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By Julian Bond’s Example, We all Need to do So Much More

By Julian Bond’s Example, We all Need to do So Much More

by | August 17, 2015

It was 1:03 a.m., California time, early Sunday morning. That’s when my cell phone alerted me

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GOP Still Needs Lesson in Diversity

GOP Still Needs Lesson in Diversity

by | August 10, 2015

GOP debate reveals party hasn’t learned its diversity lesson

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Symbols Shape What We Think and Believe in America

Symbols Shape What We Think and Believe in America

by | August 5, 2015

Now that the exhilaration of the removal of the Confederate battle flag has subsided a bit, let

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GOP has had an Ongoing Rendezvous with Racial Politics

GOP has had an Ongoing Rendezvous with Racial Politics

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Over the past few several weeks, well-known businessman, TV celebrity and presidential candidat

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Making Schools Accountable for Bad Loans May Pay Off

Making Schools Accountable for Bad Loans May Pay Off

by | August 2, 2015

A bipartisan push to make schools share in the debt burden may help financial aid problems.

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A New Day Marked by New Mourning

A New Day Marked by New Mourning

by | July 31, 2015

It appears as though people of color are unable to have even a full week of mourning our falle

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Anaconda’s Grip:  How Body Shaming Is Strangling Black Women’s Self-Esteem

Anaconda’s Grip: How Body Shaming Is Strangling Black Women’s Self-Esteem

by | July 28, 2015

Fueled by a short-lived twitter war between Nikki Minaj and Taylor Swift, the topic of what con

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With Africa Tour, Obama Establishes Himself as the “Diversity” President

With Africa Tour, Obama Establishes Himself as the “Diversity” President

by | July 26, 2015

And you thought President Obama singing “Amazing Grace” at the Rev. Clementa Pinckney’s w

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Young Men and the Epidemic of Anger, Violence

Young Men and the Epidemic of Anger, Violence

by | July 21, 2015

It is truly an alarming and disturbing state of affairs.

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Transcripts of Cosby’s 2006 Deposition? Check Out His Words from 2004

Transcripts of Cosby’s 2006 Deposition? Check Out His Words from 2004

by | July 19, 2015

Criticism of Black parents set up Dr. Cosby’s hypocrisy.

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