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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...

14 HBCU Medical Students Chosen for NFL Diversity Initiative

By The Associated Press The students are coming from the four HBCU medical schools in the country and will be working with eight different teams....

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...