When Keshia Campbell took the job of athletic director at Hampton this week, she joined a small, privileged class of women. She became one of six women to lead NCAA Division I athletic programs. Keshia Campbell will become Hampton’s first female athletic director Aug. 6. Credits: Hampton SID/Jeff Cunningham When she takes the reins of […]
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CAN HBCU STUDENTS HELP SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF BLACK AMERICA? Commentary by Richard Gibson, Jr. They most certainly can…if they choose to do so. Documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson has put together a moving and powerful account of a mass movement of thousands of mostly students from various colleges and universities engaged in a battle to […]
Dante Lee, the 29 year old Internet media mogul who is the founder of Diversity City Media and the co-founder of Lee Moss Media. These award-winning companies help clients reach African American consumers through online advertising and public relations. As owners of the largest network of premium African American web properties (including BlackNews.com, HBCUconnect.com, BlackHistory.com, […]