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Over the past four years students of Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Clark-Atlanta University have labored for educational and personal development in pursuit of their degrees. But this year the upcoming commencement and baccalaureate ceremonies at these Atlanta HBCUs have been targeted for a hateful protest by the religious hate group known as the Westboro…

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It’s noon on a Saturday at B.T. Harvey Stadium, and the Morehouse College Maroon Tigers are playing the Albany State University Golden Rams. Twenty young women on Morehouse’s cheerleading team run onto the track brimming with game day excitement. Dressed in maroon and white uniforms, they line up in formation, ready to cheer their team to victory. Kickoff…

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Off The Hook Barbershop has been a pillar of the Castleberry Hill community for many years. Nestled in Atlanta’s bustling westside, this year the business celebrates 20 years of service to clients and the community. The owner, Karl Booker, talked to rolling out about how the shop was one of the first Black businesses on…

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Wells Fargo gathered students from three of the nation’s leading historically black colleges and universities — Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College — for an interactive town hall event to promote positive images of African American youth. HBCU alumni, Terrence ‘J’ Jenkins, actor and philanthropist, and Natasha Eubanks, founder and CEO of TheYBF.com, joined…

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In light of the many reports of Morris Brown College’s impending demise, one proud and accomplished alum stands ready to fight for her alma mater and implores her colleagues to join her in the efforts to save the cherished, but beleaguered historically black college in Atlanta. According to the report provided by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,…

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