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Black Culture Centers Embracing Multiculturalism and Intellectual Conversation

From a proposal in 1987 to create a national network of Black culture centers, the ABCC grown into an international and multicultural organization.

The head of U.S. Special Operations Command will make $1.2 million annually.

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A culturally sensitive lens is needed when discussing housing and education.

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Only 3 out of 10 African-American students with high potential for success in AP science course work take an AP science course.

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‘Authentic’ Blackness Debate Continues

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The fact is that most of us who are Black, regardless of socioeconomic status or educational level, will be confronted with the reality that our skin color will render us vulnerable to the fact that we are the “other” in the eyes of some Whites and some other non-Blacks.

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Choosing Moby Dick Over Computer Code

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Son looking for knowledge (and maybe a little wisdom), but not necessarily a vocation by going against the STEM trend.

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The Department of Defense has taken the unusual step of overseeing a plagiarism investigation being conducted by the U.S. Army War College against Sen. John Walsh of Montana, the college’s provost said Tuesday.

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University and college professors are complaining that government restrictions on the use of small drones are likely to stifle academic research.

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William Carey University is offering a new online degree for administrators and teachers who want to help other teachers improve their classroom instruction.

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Kenneth E. Reeves, facing front, discusses his trailblazing role as a student at Harvard College and later as the first African-American mayor of Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo Courtesy of The HistoryMakers Collection at the Library of Congress)

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