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How to help L.A.’s most at-risk students, according to a new report

By Nadra Nittle, Education Report, The 19th  Cecily Myart-Cruz may lead one of the nation’s most powerful teachers unions, but she does not only advocate...

Cal Black Chamber of Commerce’s Biz Summit 2022 Offers Opportunities to Bid on Contracts

By Antonio Ray Harvey, California Black Media  The California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation Inc. (CALBCCF) is offering “game-changing opportunities” for mini micro, micro, and...

U.S. Treasury Funding Gives Black-owned Bank Boosts in Helping Minorities and Lower-Income Communities

By Angela Swinson Lee, Washington Informer (courtesy of Trice Edney) The year 2022 has proven to be a big year for B. Doyle Mitchell Jr.,...

Like Black Families, HBCUs are Financially Short-Changed

By Charlene Crowell, Trice Edney Newswire As college students settle into campus life, many Black Americans remember the multi-generational sacrifices that have established higher education...

Student loan relief limited for many by US drug war’s legacy

By Aaron Morrison, Associated Press President Joe Biden says he hopes his proposal to forgive federal student loans will narrow the nation's racial wealth gap. But a...