Chevrolet is putting more students in the driver’s seat with the expansion of its Discover the Unexpected (DTU) fellowship program.
Dr. Victoria Seals was named the president of Atlanta Technical College in fall 2016. She began her teaching career in Athens,
Hip-hop and journalism have a similar goal when it comes to the art of storytelling and unveiling the truth. So,
Congrats are in order for one New Jersey teen, Ifeoma White-Thorpe, who per reports has a very tough decision on
McDonald’s of Northeast Ohio partnered with the Urban League of Greater Cleveland to send approximately 100 minority students on the
Being the president of an HBCU can be a hard job with little room for mistakes and at Howard University
Denny’s, America’s diner for over sixty years, has been known for their delectable menu of affordable meals. However, not many know
What a cool way to reach middle school students. David Yancey, a teacher at Edwards Middle School in Conyers, Georgia,
Teaching the brutal history of slavery and the dehumanization of Blacks can be difficult for some educators. There are many
Unfortunately for Alabama State University, they are now caught in a series of missteps that have resulted in an #EpicFail.
Students and alumni of Morehouse College are shocked to learn of the sudden exit of president Dr. John S. Wilson.
Another successful CIAA weekend is in the record books, and while celebrities and parties rounded out a spectacular week, the
This week at least 80 current presidents of HBCUs gathered in the Oval Office to meet with President Trump. The
The newly appointed Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos is once again causing controversy. DeVos has no experience in teaching, public
Spelman College president Mary Schmidt Campbell will join other UNCF HBCU presidents on Capitol Hill today, Feb. 27, for a
Though Black History is celebrated during the month of February, The Dallas Black McDonald’s Owner Operators recognize it as 365Black. In
To be wise and to have the ability to impart that wisdom to students has been the job of Morehouse
The Deep South was in turmoil in 1867, as the United States was under reconstruction after the Civil War. Displaced
Clark Atlanta University (CAU) President Ronald A. Johnson and CAU police chief Joe Little announced on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017
Barry White Jr. is a fifth-grade educator at Ashley Park PreK-8 School in Charlotte, North Carolina. He recently received praise