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University of Kentucky Partners With NAACP to Establish New Research Initiative

by Walter Hudson | August 6, 2020 The University of Kentucky is partnering with the National Association for the Advancement of C Read more

Colleges and Universities Pause to Commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.

| January 16, 2020
Throughout this weekend and into the federal Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday, inst [...] Read more

University of Texas Opens Center for Black Male Students

by | October 28, 2019
University of Texas has announced its new Heman Sweatt Center for Black Males, named after the [...] Read more

Alabama Governor Apologizes for Blackface Incident in College

by | August 30, 2019
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has apologized for wearing blackface during her senior year of college at [...] Read more

A Diverse Shakespeare

by | July 25, 2019
W.E.B. DuBois would be proud of an ongoing effort to “translate” all 38 plays by William Sh [...] Read more

New Report: Student Loan Debt Widens Racial Wealth Gap

by | July 23, 2019
Student loan debt is swelling for graduates across the country. But according to a new report, [...] Read more

Voting Advocates Sue Tennessee Over Tougher New Law

| May 18, 2019
A foundation that promotes civic engagement among young Americans is among several groups that [...] Read more

Middlebury Institute Announces Benjamin Jealous as Spring Commencement Speaker

by | April 3, 2019
The Middlebury Institute of International Studies has announced that former president of the Na [...] Read more

Florida High Schooler Receives Support After Accused of Cheating on SAT Test

by | January 6, 2019
The NAACP has offered support for Kalimah Campbell, a Florida high school student who is fighti [...] Read more

New Yorker is Dartmouth’s First Black Female Student Body President

| October 17, 2018
Monik Whitney Walters isn’t afraid of people with different ideological beliefs – she likes [...] Read more

Colin Kaepernick, Dave Chappelle and Others Receive Du Bois Medals at Harvard

by Melanie Eversley | October 11, 2018
Instead of taking a knee, Colin Kaepernick took home a prestigious award Thursday bestowed by H [...] Read more

Civil Rights Leader Makes History on Harvard Kennedy School Faculty

| August 30, 2018
Harvard Kennedy School has appointed to its senior faculty, Cornell William Brooks, the former [...] Read more

Travel and Reflections on Educating for Health Equity

by Jann Murray-Garcia | August 9, 2018
I am connected to centuries of civil rights milestones that changed reality for African-America [...] Read more

Running for Maryland Governor, Ben Jealous Puts Focus on Education

by | May 15, 2018
At 45, Ben Jealous is looking to make history by becoming Maryland’s first Black governor, ma [...] Read more

Incidences of Campus Racial Intolerance Spark Calls for Change

| May 10, 2018
Recent highly publicized incidences of racial intolerance at Duke, Yale, Colorado State and oth [...] Read more
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