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Sunday, April 23, 2017

HBCU Presidents Were Fools For Going to Washington, but the HBCU All-Stars Are Cool?

Last month, dozens of presidents and chancellors from historically black colleges and universities assembled in the White House to meet with President Donald Trump and...

At Savannah State, It’s Much Bigger Than Moving Down to Division II

This should not be the typical conversation about HBCU athletics, the athletes they can't recruit, the fans who don't show up, the games we...

If It Didn’t Work at Morehouse, It Certainly Won’t Work at Kentucky State

While Morehouse College alumni, students and faculty members recently argued about executive motives, power and respect for the better part of a month, former...

Can HBCUs Capitalize on America’s K12 Education Crisis?

Last month, five historically black colleges and universities joined a national consortium to help train black males for increased interest and participation in secondary...

‘Burning Sands’ Isn’t Just a Movie About Hazing; It’s a Documentary

Several months ago I agreed to write this editorial related to the new movie “Burning Sands.” While most of my writing the past few...

Robert Bentley Resigns, But His Biggest Scandals Shouldn’t Remain Unpunished

Alabama A&M, Alabama State and Tuskegee had always been an obstruction to Alabama Governor Robert Bentley's budget aspirations for the University of Alabama and Auburn University, but with...

The Real Story of Obama’s White House Initiative on HBCUs – Part III

The following is an ongoing series to reveal details of federal investment in historically black colleges and universities from 2008-2016. Part I of the...