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Common Sense Approaches To Ending The Black Student Debt Crisis

The college affordability issue is multilayered, very complex and in need of serious reform.
Danette Howard
 • 4 days ago

Why We’re Uniting DJs To Use Their Voices For More Than Getting The Party Started

It is imperative that we do everything to assure that everyone gets involved in the 2020 elections.
CaSayVaughn
 • 5 days ago

When Black Men Hear #MeToo, Here’s Why Our Response Must Continually Be, ‘We Got You’

Black women are not an optional part of the advancement of the Black community.
Dr. Alyn Waller
 • 5 days ago

Why COVID-19 Is Trump’s Hurricane Katrina

Planning and response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been a flood of bad decisions.
Color Of Change
 • 5 days ago

Don’t Cancel, Go Digital: 3 Platforms To Consider When Implementing Your Digital Event

Practicing social distance can coexist with gathering thousands of people in one space — a virtual space.
Kenneth Worles, Jr.
 • 9 days ago

Coronavirus Restrictions Could Lead To Remote Voting For Congress

Remote voting for Congress could be the outcome of public health restrictions on gatherings.
The Conversation
 • 9 days ago

Loving During Corona: Why Intimacy Matters Even Though We Are Physically Limited

How do we continue to love and build even amid the chaos?
Chris Marvel
 • 9 days ago

Why This Is A Great Time For Fathers To Bond With Their Daughters Through ‘Hair Love’

Although we're all staying home, we still have to maintain our Black girls' hair.
Kai Adia
 • 10 days ago

What You Should Know About The Possibility Of Martial Law During COVID-19

We have only seen martial law a few times in the United States.
Corein Carter
 • 10 days ago

COVID-19 Closures Could Hit Historically Black Colleges Particularly Hard

Tight finances have long beset HBCUs.
The Conversation
 • 10 days ago

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