Bishop College: Remembering Lost HBCUs

Bishop College: Remembering Lost HBCUs

  Late heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali is beseiged by fans as he leaves the gymnasium at Bishop College in Dallas on March 28, 1967. … Magazine Topics: Education Higher Education Are HBCUs Still Relevant? BET Offers College Scholarships Sallie Mae Fund Offers Scholarships and Tips HBCU Dating

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Leland College: Remembering Lost HBCUs

Leland College: Remembering Lost HBCUs

  Legendary Grambling State football coach Eddie Robinson was arguably Leland College’s most famous alum (Photo Credit: AP Photo).   Remembering Lost HBCUs: Leland College… Magazine Topics: Education Higher Education Are HBCUs Still Relevant? BET Offers College Scholarships Sallie Mae Fund Offers Scholarships and Tips HBCU Dating

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Late Afeni Shakur Much More Than Just Tupac’s Mother

Late Afeni Shakur Much More Than Just Tupac’s Mother

  Lumumba Abdul Shakur (right) and his wife Afeni (center), are escorted from the Elizabeth Street Police Station in New York on April 3, 1969… Magazine Topics: Education Black History Stokes and Obama, High Points for African Americans in Politics Review: Angela Davis Honors Hero in Frederick

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Houston’s Arrow Academy Cream of Charter School Crop

Our Passport to the Future           Malcolm X once stated, “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare… Magazine Topics: Education Secondary Education Joseph Littles-Nguzo Saba Charter School Makes Difference Black Charter Schools vs. Public Schools: What’s Best for You?

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Celebrating Maya Angelou, the Real Regal Queen

Celebrating Maya Angelou, the Real Regal Queen

In 1969, Maya Angelou became the first Black woman to have a work of nonfiction on the bestseller list (Photo Credit: AP Photo/STF). The Real… Magazine Topics: Late Afeni Shakur Much More Than Just Tupac’s Mother February Not Enough to Honor Unsung Heroes of Black History Education

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