Deion Sanders Blasts ESPN | News Agencies Fail to Photograph HBCU Games
Jackson State’s head coach Deion Sanders has a valid point. Sanders blasted ESPN on inadequate coverage of HBCU game scores left off its ticker. But ESPN is not alone in ignoring HBCUs.
“Black colleges have a profound, positive influence in communities, for alumni, and students who, in turn, have the potential to make a positive difference in our society. We hope to expand this work with an even broader cohort of institutions in years to come.”
The Press of Atlantic City
Ralph “Peter” Hunter, a 1998 Atlantic City High School graduate, was inducted into the Virginia Union University Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday.
Israel-based online freelancer platform inaugurates business accelerator that provides Black entrepreneurs with funding, mentoring and training.
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Wilson is a model for what many in the region hope to encourage: a Black female entrepreneur who’s raised venture capital in Philadelphia to build a business.
The New York Times
Once a Black-run media darling among investors and advertisers, it’s now at least temporarily shuttered after a New York Times column exposed its inflated audience metrics, a fraud allegation and other concerning business practices.