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Bethune-Cookman Graduates Chose Which Way They Wanted to Go

Bethune-Cookman Graduates Chose Which Way They Wanted to Go

by | May 15, 2017

The decision by the students to show resistance was solidified. They could not straddle the fen

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Two HBCU Presidents, Two Different Decisions

Two HBCU Presidents, Two Different Decisions

by | May 14, 2017

The leadership of two historically Black colleges and universities in Florida was on full displ

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Colleges are Hotbeds for Inappropriate Behavior

Colleges are Hotbeds for Inappropriate Behavior

by | May 4, 2017

It appears that racism has no boundaries. It rears its distasteful head in too many places and

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Controversy Commences at Bethune-Cookman

Controversy Commences at Bethune-Cookman

by | May 1, 2017

Bethune-Cookman University rocketed to the forefront of conversation about commencement speaker

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Lessons from the Lack of White Cornerbacks in the NFL

Lessons from the Lack of White Cornerbacks in the NFL

by | April 26, 2017

The last time a White cornerback started in an NFL game was in the 2003 season. Let’s unpack

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Lakin Institute a Model Program for Black CEO Development

Lakin Institute a Model Program for Black CEO Development

by | April 25, 2017

The Lakin Institute for Mentored Leadership was founded to prepare Black senior level community

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O’Reilly and Floundering at FOX

O’Reilly and Floundering at FOX

by | April 23, 2017

An unimaginable, or rather highly unlikely, situation transpired last week with the firing of B

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Pepsi Commercial Epitomizes White Privilege

Pepsi Commercial Epitomizes White Privilege

by | April 10, 2017

The ad whitewashed the often challenging and grim realities facing many people and communities

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Board of Trustees Making a Mess at Morehouse

Board of Trustees Making a Mess at Morehouse

by | April 9, 2017

Morehouse College will inevitably lose its national stature if the board of trustees continues

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Is Our Nation Prepared for the Next 4 Years?

Is Our Nation Prepared for the Next 4 Years?

by | March 29, 2017

Would anyone disagree that we are living in some troubling times in the United States of Americ

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The Scapegoating of Black Men

The Scapegoating of Black Men

by | March 27, 2017

Last week, an 18-year-old White woman from Denison, Texas, Breana Talbott, was arrested and cha

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Retreat Provides Opportunity to Tune In to Black Males

Retreat Provides Opportunity to Tune In to Black Males

by | March 26, 2017

The challenges that beset Black males remain daunting and should be a growing concern for all o

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Respecting the Right of Free Speech

Respecting the Right of Free Speech

by | March 16, 2017

Debates over free speech and intolerance have become, once again, news.

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Serena and Venus Williams are Champions on and off the Court

Serena and Venus Williams are Champions on and off the Court

by | March 12, 2017

March is Women’s History Month, so honoring the Williams sisters seems to be a natural fit.

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Omarosa Has Helped HBCUs

Omarosa Has Helped HBCUs

by | March 2, 2017

I challenge the assertion that Omarosa Manigault is unqualified to champion HBCU interests and

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