Articles in Education

Roland Martin Launches Daily Digital Show on Sept. 4th

by Roland Martin on

Over the last six months, so many of you have stopped me in airports, train stations, on the streets, in barbershops, and at numerous events to tell me you miss TV One’s NewsOneNow, and what we did every morning for four years mattered.... Read full article

Which Earth Wind & Fire Vocalist is Performing at the Wall Street Project Summit?

by Safon Floyd on

The Wall Street Project is on a mission to encourage corporate America to recognize the value that minority entrepreneurs, vendors, and consumers bring to the marketplace and ensure equal access and opportunities for culturally diverse companies.... Read full article

Buying Black on Black Friday

by Millions Two One on

In 2014, many African Americans made a decision to Boycott Black Friday and sales were down 11%, which amounted a $6.5 billion loss for corporations. In 2015, many are again calling for a boycott of Black Friday and throughout the holidays!... Read full article

The Million Man March Reaches A Milestone Anniversary

by Black Enterprise on

“Twenty years ago, we witnessed a historic gathering of African American men in the nation’s capital that brought worldwide attention to the plight of Black men in America."... Read full article

Detroit Teachers Deserve Our Support Statement from Detroit Branch NAACP

by Roz Edward, Michigan Chronicle on

"Our teachers should be applauded, not condemned. They should be supported, not deported to a system of retribution and punishment for actions designed to shine a light on a very socially dim and politically ugly situation." Detroit NAACP... Read full article

#BankBlack Boosts Local Business

by Della Gonclaves - WUSA on

A campaign born from the Black Lives Matter movement is changing the way African Americans save and invest their money.... Read full article

How Theaster Gates Is Revitalizing Chicago's South Side, One Vacant Building at a Time

by Natalie Moore - Smithsonian Magazine on

“There was no grand ambition. When you root in a place, you start making things better. I wasn’t on some divine mission,” he says. Two years later he bought the building next door for $16,000. That became the Archive House, ... Read full article

From Marching with FAMU's 100 to Bringing Music to Thousands of Kids

by Denise Walker on

During his time at FAMU, the Marching 100 was awarded the Sudler Trophy, which is equivalent to the Heisman Trophy for college football. They were the first Historically Black College or University to win this award.... Read full article

SEAN “DIDDY” COMBS AND DR. STEVE PERRY OPEN CAPITAL PREPARATORY HARLEM CHARTER SCHOOL

by MadameNoire - Victoria Uwumarogie on

“Great schools and great education make a big difference,” said Diddy. “Unfortunately, too many people don’t get the opportunity to succeed, no matter how hard they try. This is leveling the playing field here at Capital Prep.”... Read full article

Do People of Color Know Their Rights When They Are Pulled Over?

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“I have children in college and I would like for them to be covered while they are not with me. It just makes sense,” Mr. Edwards continued to tell the US Black Chamber of Commerce staff member.... Read full article

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