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The Intersection of Presidential Politics, Race, Culture, and Higher Learning

The Intersection of Presidential Politics, Race, Culture, and Higher Learning

by | May 27, 2008

Much has been made of education levels and voting patterns in the Presidential nominating conte

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Black Scholarship or White Imperalism?

Black Scholarship or White Imperalism?

by | May 23, 2008

There has been considerable debate among my colleagues about Black scholars and the production

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Lessons Learned from a White Valedictorian at Morehouse College

Lessons Learned from a White Valedictorian at Morehouse College

by | May 21, 2008

On May 12, 2008, as I was walking down the street in Atlanta, Georgia, I happened to glance at

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Voting is our privilege and our responsibility

Voting is our privilege and our responsibility

by | May 19, 2008

Thank goodness we live in a country where we can freely vote.  It is something that we should

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Love and responsibility are keys to the Covenant

Love and responsibility are keys to the Covenant

by | May 14, 2008

 Tavis Smiley’s “The Covenant With Black America” has been out a couple of years and

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Good health as a priority in the black community

Good health as a priority in the black community

by | May 13, 2008

If you don’t have your health then you don’t have anything is an expression that I have hea

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In Memory of One Black Male Educator

In Memory of One Black Male Educator

by | May 12, 2008

Hello. My name is Emmett L. Gill, Jr., and I am an assistant professor at the Rutgers Universit

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African American teacher numbers need improvement

African American teacher numbers need improvement

by | May 6, 2008

How do you become what you want to be?  When you ask children what they want their life’s wo

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Banning Affinity Groups Shows Lack of Understanding

Banning Affinity Groups Shows Lack of Understanding

by | April 29, 2008

An Arizona Legislative Committee has amended a state homeland security bill to state, in releva

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From Today’s Edition

From Today’s Edition

by | April 28, 2008

After years of lobbying for more federal aid and visibility, predominantly Black colleges and u

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From Today’s Edition

From Today’s Edition

by | April 23, 2008

Despite feverish efforts by presidential candidates to grab voters’ attention, they, along wi

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