Black Issues - Higher Education


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Morgan State University Offers Poet Amanda Gorman Job as Poet-in-Residence

by | January 21, 2021 Morgan State University President Dr. David K. Wilson has offered Amanda Gorman, the poet who p [...] Read more

Maryland Lawmakers Attempt Again to Force State to Settle HBCU Lawsuit

by | January 20, 2021
The Maryland General Assembly is again attempting to get the state to settle a lawsuit by its h [...] Read more

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Launches Scholarship for Civil Rights Lawyers-To-Be

by | January 18, 2021
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) has launched a training program and sc [...] Read more

Dr. Tracy H. Dunn Appointed First Woman to Lead Benedict College School of Business and Entrepreneurship

by | January 11, 2021
Dr. Tracy H. Dunn has been appointed dean of the Benedict College Tyrone Adam Burroughs School [...] Read more

Journalist Sam Fulwood III Appointed Communications Dean at American University

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Journalist, public policy analyst and author Sam Fulwood III will be American University’s de [...] Read more

North Carolina HBCU Launches First Graduate Program in Its 154-Year History

by | January 7, 2021
An historically Black university in North Carolina, Saint Augustine’s University, has lau [...] Read more

Howard University President Urges Black America to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

by | January 6, 2021
Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick is urging Black America to get vaccinated [...] Read more

Harris-Stowe State University and IBM Partner to Train Students on Technology Skills

by | January 5, 2021
Harris-Stowe State University has received $2 million in resources from IBM for a digital skill [...] Read more

Capital Community College Receives Grant for Black Church History Project

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Capital Community College received a $149,426 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanit [...] Read more

Why I Plan to Take the COVID Vaccine and You Should Too

by Charlie Nelms | January 4, 2021
, I plan to get vaccinated because I want to live! I want to live because I still have a lot of [...] Read more

Bianca Smith Named First Black Woman Coach in Professional Baseball

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Bianca Smith, 29, has become the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball, being nam [...] Read more

Michigan State University Launches Database of Enslaved Africans

by | December 31, 2020
Michigan State University has launched a record database of enslaved Africans and descendants a [...] Read more

It Makes Me Wanna Holler: The Need for Self-Care for Black Soldiers on the Frontlines

by Ronald W. Whitaker II, Zakia Gates & Adriel A. Hilton | December 22, 2020
For “Black soldiers on the frontlines” of the liberation struggle, if we were to be honest [...] Read more

SDSU Launches Career Preparation Program for Black Students

by | December 17, 2020
To prepare Black students for the transition from postsecondary education to the workforce, San [...] Read more

TMCF Receives $5 Million to Fund Need-Based HBCU Scholarship Program

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Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) has received $5 million from philanthropist Stephen Feinb [...] Read more




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