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Each of the middle schoolers chosen was surprised at school with “VUU Henrico Scholars” awards, meaning upon graduating from an HCPS high school in 2026, they will have their bachelor’s degree tuition paid in full no matter what they decide to major in.
Hampton University offers free room, board and tuition to displaced Ukrainian and international students studying in Ukraine
New York Amsterdam News
Hampton University (HU) President Dr. William R. Harvey announced that the private historically Black university it’s inviting 50-100 Ukrainian and international college students presently studying in Ukraine to continue their education on HU’s campus this summer.
ATLANTA — Members of the Atlanta University Center Consortium and leaders from the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency met Saturday morning to discuss ways to better handle the recent spate of bomb threats to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The Alpha Theta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at Grambling State hosted multiple events throughout the last week of black history as part of their spring semester “Skee Week.”
Bryan on Scouting – Scouting magazine
A new Wood Badge course planned for this summer near Austin, Texas, will expand Scouting’s reach by partnering with historically Black fraternities and sororities to engage and train more Black Scouting leaders, equip volunteers with ideas and inspiration, and strengthen Scouting within local communities.
Only in America can a Black orphan from the Jim Crow South become one of the country’s most iconic intellectuals. Jason Riley, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute who writes for the Wall Street Journal, has just authored “Maverick: A Biography of Thomas Sowell,” an unabashed tribute to a man of courage, brilliant intellect, fierce independence and scholarly integrity.
Entrepreneur Kimanzi Constable teaches his children about racism, generational wealth, and leading by example as a Black entrepreneur.