The White House is apparently working on an executive order aimed at HBCUs following President Donald Trump’s Black History Month commemorative meeting earlier this week.
After years of debate, the trustees of Yale University announced Saturday they will change the name of a residential college that honors a 19th century alumnus who was an ardent supporter of slavery.
Dias will write a “keep-it-real” guide to activism, sharing how to use social media and support from parents and friends to make a difference.
Have you ever wondered what Martin Luther King Jr. was like in college? Here’s a peek at the college years of the young man who went on to become the most important and influential civil rights leader in American history.
Michelle Obama Comes Near Tears, Receives Standing Ovation After Delivering her Final Speech as First Lady
Michelle Obama gave her final White House remarks in an emotional speech Friday, thanking her supporters and saying, “being your first lady has been the greatest honor of my life and I hope I’ve made you proud.”
KeiJan Martin Elected First African-American President of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma at FSU
After the recent round of the Panhellenic Association chapter elections, KeiJan Martin was chosen as the president of the Epsilon Zeta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma, making her the first African-American woman to hold the position and one of two women of color that will now preside as presidents of Panhellenic sororities at FSU.
Texas School Bans Charlie Brown Christmas Decorations Because of Linus’ Quote About Christ Being the Real Reason For the Season
One of the most poignant scenes in “A Charlie Brown Christmas” is when Linus stands on a stage and recites a passage from the Holy Bible describing the Christmas story.
HAVE YOU SEEN? Louisiana High School Senior Gets Accepted Into Ivy League School and his Family’s Reaction is Priceless
When it came time for Brendon Gauthier to find out if he had been accepted to Cornell University on Thursday, he gathered family and friends to be around him as he checked online.
If you’re young and caught up in the justice system, most likely you’re stuck with sub-par educational opportunities too.
The comic book, with its grainy mustard-colored cover and drawing of Martin Luther King Jr. on the front, sold for only 10 cents.