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HBCU Fall Preview: Colleges Plan a Phased Return to Campus

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 29, 2020 Starting today, Diverse will provide occasional news-roundups and interviews from historically Read more

McDonald’s Starts $500,000 Fund to Help HBCU Students Return to College Amid COVID-19

| June 25, 2020
McDonald’s USA has started a $500,000 fund to help students attending historically Black [...] Read more

Black Billionaire Starts Program to Ease Student Debt at 11 HBCUs

| June 23, 2020
Robert F. Smith, whom Forbes calls the wealthiest Black person in the U.S., is set to launch an [...] Read more

Our HBCUs Need Additional Congressional Support

by Harry L. Williams | June 22, 2020
As we approach June 30th, a date that marks the end of the annual or biennial fiscal years for [...] Read more

Netflix CEO Donates $120 Million to Historically Black Colleges

| June 17, 2020
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and his wife, Patty Quillin, announced they are giving $120 million t [...] Read more

Racism in Higher Education: Why HBCUs Are a Safe Choice in 2020

by Zachary C. Brown and Brandy M. Jones |
Colleges and universities across the nation are scrambling to address the Black Lives Matter pr [...] Read more

Now, More than Ever, America Needs More Black Male Social Studies Teachers

by Tina L. Fletcher | June 16, 2020
For Black students in America, having a same-race social studies teacher is extremely rare. Acc [...] Read more

Apple to Expand Recruitment From HBCUs as Part of its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative

| June 12, 2020
Apple Inc. will expand its recruitment efforts at historically Black colleges and universities [...] Read more

Can Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Replicate Part of the HBCU Experience Through an Online Format?

by Robert T. Palmer and Morris Thomas | June 9, 2020
It is important for HBCUs to recognize that online learning continues to be one the fastest gro [...] Read more

Summit Discusses Mental Health and Equity on College Campuses

by | June 4, 2020
On the second day of the virtual Campus Prevention Network Summit, hosted by EVERFI, conversati [...] Read more

Mo Williams: Top Black Student-Athletes Should Switch to HBCUs

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To protest systemic racism, Black student-athletes enrolled in Division I (D-I) institutions sh [...] Read more

What Do We Tell Our Children, Our Students?

by Quinton T. Ross, Jr. | June 3, 2020
For the past few days, I, like many others, have been viewing through the lens of the media, th [...] Read more

A Letter to George Floyd

by Chris Gilmer | June 2, 2020
I do not know at a biological or emotional level what it is like to be Black. White privilege w [...] Read more

HBCU Meharry Medical College Gets NIH Support to Advance COVID-19 Drug Development

by B. Denise Hawkins | May 31, 2020
The historically Black Meharry Medical College said on Friday that it will get vital research a [...] Read more

What Higher Ed Can Learn From Public Health, in the Midst of Covid-19?

by Denise A. Smith | May 28, 2020
Since mid-March, COVID-19 has brought the traditional operations of higher education institutio [...] Read more
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