The latest edition of the Poetic Justice Cypher series is in honor of Juneteenth.
Only 4% of video game developers identify as Black.
We're looking forward to the PEs.
The Rapper’s Cactus Jack Foundation announced today that it has awarded $1 million in scholarships for 100 HBCU students in the graduating class of 2022.
The women of the Delaware State University (DSU) lacrosse team say they were racially profiled by officers in Liberty County, Georgia and subject to a questionable search and seizure. Liberty County Sheriff William Bowman first said neither the women nor their items were searched, but new video tells a different story.
Lincoln College has announced that the institution will be closing its doors after 157 years. The Illinois-based HBCU has struggled to recover from low enrollment due to the pandemic and recently underwent a cyberattack that caused significant damage to the college’s technological infrastructure.
At 36 years old, J.R. Smith has been named the North Carolina A&T Academic Athlete of the Year for the 2021-22 season. His recent string of accomplishments, both in the classroom and outside of it, prove that it's never too late to turn things around.
President Joe Biden Appoints Taraji P. Henson & Chris Paul To The Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Taraji P. Henson, and Chris Paul were among the 18 people appointed to President Biden's Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The nine men and nine women have diverse backgrounds and will advise Biden on increasing "the capacity of HBCUs to provide the highest-quality education to its students and continue serving as engines of opportunity."
Former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama and future NBA Hall of Famer Chris Paul are coming together to create a superstar tandem to get more HBCU students registered to vote.
The State of South Carolina will designate a day to celebrate Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Earlier this week, Governor Henry McMaster signed a bill that is aimed to honor HBCUs.
“The education of the Negroes, then, the most important thing in the uplift of the Negroes, is almost entirely in the hands of those who have enslaved them and now segregate them.” ― Carter G. Woodson, "The Mis-Education of the Negro"
Joshua Williams is on the verge of doing something special. The 6’3, 197 pound Fayetteville, North Carolina native has made himself into a man who has an abundance of opportunities staring him in the face.