Posts tagged: African-Americans - Diverse

In Defense of Affirmative Action

by Amanda Main | October 11, 2018 The most recent battle in the war against affirmative action is being brought by Students for F Read more

After College Presidency, Vincent Pushes for Access to Education as Head of Fraternity

by | September 27, 2018
Nearly six months after Dr. Gregory J. Vincent stepped down as president of Hobart and William [...] Read more

A Product of South Carolina

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Despite his meteoric rise through the ranks of academia, Dr. James L. Moore III, isn’t shy ab [...] Read more

Scholarship at the Intersection of History, Education and Blackness

by | September 19, 2018
Were it not for the social tumult in Chicago in the summer and fall of 1967, Dr. James D. Ander [...] Read more

Scholars Believe Supreme Court Likely to End Affirmative Action with Kavanaugh

by Monica Levitan and LaMont Jones | September 13, 2018
Scholars from coast to coast expect the Senate Judiciary Committee to confirm Supreme Court nom [...] Read more

ROTC Programs Bring Access to Education and Careers for HBCU Students

by | September 12, 2018
The revival of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program at LeMoyne-Owen College in [...] Read more

Arcadia University’s Black Alumni Launch Travel Scholarship Program

by | July 30, 2018
The Black Alumni Association of Arcadia University (BAAAU) recently launched a travel scholarsh [...] Read more

African-Americans and Asian Americans in Dialogue?

by | May 6, 2018
I write to my African-American friends to suggest three reasons for including Asian Americans i [...] Read more