The Crimson White
Sanders’ involvement in the Miss Black and Old Gold pageant began between conversations with friends in Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. who suggested she compete. She was initially apprehensive due to personal health struggles, but still decided to compete.
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While they aren’t at peak color in Central and Southside Virginia just yet, Dr. Laura Henry-Stone with the Claytor Nature Study Center of The University of Lynchburg says, fear not – it’s coming.
Serial entrepreneur and Shark Tank judge Daymond John hosted a star-studded Black Entrepreneurs Day, live from the iconic Apollo Theater in Harlem to broadcast his Second Annual Black Entrepreneurs Day.
As Democrat Terry McAuliffe worked the crowd at Norfolk State University’s homecoming football game, many fans at the historically Black school were ready with answers before he could even ask for their vote.
Bennett College Announces Investor and Philanthropist Kwanza Jones as Board Chair, Advances Bold Blueprint with New Board Leadership
Founded in 1873, Bennett is an historically black college committed to cultivating bold women leaders, entrepreneurs and agents of social change.
Douglas Wilder, the only Black governor in Virginia’s history, is no fan of the video endorsement Vice President Kamala Harris made for Terry McAuliffe, which is being played Sundays in hundreds of the Old Dominion’s black churches.
This HBCU Alum Turned a College Fair Into An Organization That Generated $52M in in Scholarships-Here’s How
Eight HBCUs were among the top 20 institutions to award the most science and engineering bachelor’s degrees to black graduates from 2008-2012.