By Kymberly Amara Masud Olufani is at the forefront both on and off the screen when bringing life to art and breathing purpose into social justice work. The multi-disciplinary artist wears many hats, including writer, […]
By: Kymberly Amara When discussing venture capital, investing, and luxury, one rarely pictures Black men at the helm. However, at East Chop Capital, co-founders Carrington M. Carter and Calvin L. Butts are not only driving […]
Special Events will be held throughout 2022 for learning partners, alumni, course facilitators, and supporters as the JCSTS platform continues to pave education possibilities for leaders in their communities, congregations, and circles of influence. Johnson C. […]
Mary McLeod Bethune’s friendship with first lady Eleanor Roosevelt led to the desegregation of pilot training programs.
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By BEVERLY JAMES / SPECIAL TO THE COURIER Former newspaper reporter and public relations manager Beverly James heard a friend complaining about the lack of diversity in children’s literature. Recalling her childhood in Brooklyn, New […]
The Howard University Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (MSRC) received a $2 million grant from the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation to support the preservation and digitization of the Black Press Archives, a newspaper collection of titles by Black journalists, editors and publishers. MSRC worked in […]
BY Kymberly Amara What is the truth? Is it one’s perceived reality, hard-cold facts, or does the answer rest somewhere between. Some say the truth shall set you free. While this may be true, America […]
John A. Peoples Jr. led the push to make Jackson State University a cutting-edge institution, starting with meteorology.
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Students gain access to college recruiters and millions of dollars in scholarships. Diamond Bar, California – National College Resources Foundation producers of the 23rd Annual Black College Expo™ is proud to present the expo IN […]
NO MORE LOST EINSTEINS! All Children Must Have Opportunities to Flourish and be Our Future STEM Leaders NEW ORLEANS – “I applaud the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) for recognizing that a devastating lack of educational […]