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Lincoln Memorial Centennial Harks Back to History

By Kay Coles James, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia On May 30, 1922, thousands gathered on the National Mall to dedicate the Lincoln Memorial....

The 43rd SDSU Black Baccalaureate Ceremony

There was a large gathering of family and friends last Thursday evening at the Lincoln High School Auditorium for the Black Baccalaureate Ceremony. This...

Black History Month Opens with More than a Dozen Bomb Threats at HBCUs

The threats, the second such in two days, arrived on the first day of Black History Month. By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire More than...

Rosetta Perry, ‘Queen Mother’ of the Black Press

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent For 30 years, the Tennessee Tribune and its publisher Rosetta Miller-Perry have set the standard for...

Black Colleges’ Funding Hopes Dim Amid Federal Budget Battle

By Piper Hudspeth Blackburn and Annie Ma, Associated Press Optimism for transformational funding for the nation's historically Black colleges was running high after the Biden...