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Republican Glenn Youngkin was sworn in Saturday as Virginia’s 74th governor on the steps of the state Capitol.
The Virginia Union University choir performed a song they wrote for Youngkin, which touched on the theme of Virginia united to “rebuild and reimagine” the state’s future.
Sears plans to use her new power to address what she sees as pressing problems: a country that under-educates its children and over-taxes its citizens, as well as a state unwilling to move on from its dark past.
Conservatives, If You Are Going to Talk to the Black Community, You Need to Have Something Truly Conservative to Say.
Blacks want to know how your version of conservatism is in their best interests. Until you can answer that, Black folks prefer for you to simply stop talking until you have something to say.
Attention entrepreneurs and HBCU students! Here’s a partnership you should know about.
Black Girl Ventures, in partnership with the NBA, is seeking to invest in the next generation of Black entrepreneurs. Launched back in August, the BGV NextGen program is looking for 25 young entrepreneurs currently attending an HBCU to bring their business plan to life.
In conversation, the longtime Viacom leader and recently appointed Chief Executive Officer lays out what it takes to adapt and thrive.
HBCU and NFL legend shares how he is “proud of” his old nemesis and teammate as a head coach.
NASA and the Department of Education are collaborating to enhance the federal Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Scholar Recognition Program using NASA entrepreneurial expertise.