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Four historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have received a grant to digitize their archival photos.
Zahara Marley Jolie-Pitt, daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, has chosen to study at Spelman College.
In an unexpected announcement, the Charles Barkley said that he will donating $1 million to the Spelman College in Atlanta.
The Defense Department plans creating a research center at an HBCU to take advantage of the immense talent pool of Black STEM students.
Editor: Blake O. Benberry In modern Detroit times, discussion surrounding Historically Black College Universities (HBCU) and the City, is rare. Yet, for some who recall the vibrancy of an earlier educational era here, the recent announcement of the former  Lewis College of Business reopening is likely to ignite interest.  D’Wayne Edwards,...
The HBCU Executive Leadership Institute (HBCU ELI) at Clark Atlanta University is accepting applications for its second class of Community Fellows, with an October 25th, 2021 deadline.  The first-of-its-kind program launched its first cohort in April 2021 that included a roster of 58% women, making it the nation's most diverse cohort of...
Murder on the Yard
It can (and has) been said that some of the best stories mirror reality in a way that helps us reflect back on our own lives. This is the goal Detroit-based author Tracie E. Christian had in mind with her latest novel “Murder on the Yard – The Black...
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