Thursday, October 17, 2019

Tag: Historically Black Colleges

White House, Historically Black College Heads to...

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Monday named a lawyer and former NFL player as executive director of the White House Initiative on...

Who Is Responsible for Gentrification In HBCU...

Gentrification. A term coined during the 1960s, it's a concept that’s become hotly contested in recent years, described by Webster's dictionary as “the process...

Was the Desegregation of Schools Really the...

Earlier this week, the Baltimore Sun’s Liz Bowie detailed a $54-million school designed by Johns Hopkins University to model “racial diversity” in education. To...

Many Not Enthusiastic About HBCU Presidents Meeting...

Republican lawmakers are making good on their promise to reach out to leaders of America's historically Black colleges and universities, even amid sharp criticism...

Howard University Library Named National Treasure, to...

The Founder's Library at Howard University was named a national treasure by the National Trust for Historic Preservation on Feb. 29. The library is on the...

Can Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities...

The recent explosion of activism on predominantly white college campuses, fueled by Black students who are protesting racially hostile environments in which they are...

Hampton’s March Madness Victory Is Celebrated By...

Hampton knocked off Manhattan last night in a March Madness game that means more to all historically Black colleges than anyone who did not...

Only The Ugliness of Racism Can Sully...

The uniqueness of sports is not the competition. That’s the attraction of sports. The uniqueness of it is that a Black fan and a white...

7 Reasons Why Historically Black Colleges and...

Pell Grant Cutbacks The Pell Grant, which had served as a financial lifeblood to many students at historically Black colleges and universities for decades, was limited in...

Lincoln University Students Undeterred By Racial Slur...

Students at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, the oldest historically Black college in the country, say they are not discouraged over a vandal spray-painting a...

Painful Recession Funding Cuts Still Linger For...

With states increasingly boosting post-recession spending to improve their higher education systems, historically Black public universities in four states continue to lag behind predominantly...