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Young Entrepreneur Pays It Forward By Launching $100,000 Scholarship For HBCU Students

Thompson's success was made possible with the help of his older brother, who introduced him to cryptocurrency.
Tomas Kassahun
 • 20 days ago

Urban Outfitters' Black History Month Celebration Isn't Sitting Right With Some HBCU Grads

The retailer launched a collection of HBCU sweatshirts in partnership with an HBCU alumnus who said the grievances are nothing more than social media hype.
Leslie D. Rose
 • 21 days ago

HBCUs Have Long Been At The Forefront Of Black Political Empowerment

The mere existence of the institutions alone demand for Black empowerment but the work doesn't end there.
Christopher Rhodes
 • 24 days ago

Revisiting The 1968 Student Uprising At Howard University

Nearly 53 years ago, thousands of Howard students occupied the school's administrative offices demanding reforms, leaving a long legacy on campus and beyond.
Christopher Rhodes
 • a month ago

For Non-Black Students Attending HBCUs, The Experience Could Be A Life-Changing Walk In Our Shoes

For generations, the social position of Black people in America has been the “other,” or the minority.
Kinyel Ragland
 • a month ago

Bowie State University Becomes First HBCU With An Animation Studio, Creates Career Pipeline For Black Students

The university plans to have the studio up and running for next year.
Tomas Kassahun
 • a month ago

New 'National Battle Of The Bands' Film Dives Into The Legacy Of HBCU Marching Bands

“HBCU marching bands are a source of pride and prestige for the Black community," the film's executive producer, Derek Webber, said.
Tomas Kassahun
 • a month ago

An HBCU Love Story: How Andrew and R. Jai Gillum's Love Began At FAMU

The two met while serving as members of the student senate, but it would be years before they became a couple.
DeMario P. Smith
 • a month ago

How 'A Different World' Solidified My Decision To Attend An HBCU

I'm a proud Xavier graduate, but I am first and foremost an alumna of Hillman College.
Leslie D. Rose
 • a month ago

Stanford Study Shows Relationship Between Rise In Hate Crimes And Increase In HBCU Enrollment

The researchers concluded that Black students today are more aware of institutions’ treatment of students of color.
Tomas Kassahun
 • a month ago

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