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Last week, I attended a "think tank" conversation with leaders of the Rodham Institute, a newly- established center at George Washington University is dedicated to reducing health disparities in Washington, D.C. This is an important effort because Washington is such a divided city.
Kennedy Harrison, 7, and her brother Anthony, 11, plant a garden in their D.C. backyard.
At a nearly full-to-capacity Reichhold Center, the All Saints Cathedral School's Class of 2013 proudly mounted the stage in a regal procession for commencement ceremonies Friday night.
It was encomium galore when Provost Ilesanmi Adesida was honored at the Urban-Champaign campus of the University of Illinois, United States where Nigerian-Americans gathered to celebrate his elevation as the first African to head an Ivy League school in the country.
When Mecala Holmes was a freshman at Howard University in 2008, she recalls seeing a t-shirt in the school's book store that read "Howard University, the best four or five years of your life."
Local leaders from the MTA and NAACP New England Area Conference were joined by community organizers in a first-of-its-kind meeting on June 8 to discuss how to address achievement gaps among students.
Howard University is shedding about 75 staff positions in a reorganization that comes at the same time a rare public rift on the board of trustees over the school's finances and management has riveted students, faculty and alumni.
Spencer Whitney, a 23-year old journalist from New Jersey, received his master's degree in Journalism from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism this past May. Whitney graduated from Howard University in 2011 where he earned his bachelor's degree in Journalism from the John H. Johnson School of Communications.
NAACP President and CEO Benjamin T. Jealous has two little children. Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III has a son and two daughters.
Once a year for the past three years, female TV news personalities have come together to wear pink and raise money for a local deserving cause.
This month, BlackEnterprise.com presents Month of the Man , where we bring you career features tailored for male leaders of color all over the world.
When it comes to rebuilding the Republican brand, we've resisted the sneering at Rand Paul.
Saint Paul's College, a historically Black college founded in 1888 in partnership with the Episcopal Church, announced last week that it's shutting down and working to help current students transfer to other institutions.