Black history movies depict the struggles and achievements of black Americans throughout history. Here are 10 great movies that no HBCU student should miss.
It’s graduation time for the nation’s HBCU’s and they have once again lined up an impressive roster of speakers for their upcoming commencement ceremonies. From entertainers, celebrity personalities to top professionals and political figures, these commencement speakers are a diverse group of internationally recognized African American leaders. Take a look at this year’s lineup. Alabama […]
Founded in 1856, Wilberforce University was established near Xenia, Ohio as a joint venture between the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) and the Methodist Episcopal Church. Named after the 18th century abolitionist William Wilberforce, it was the first black owned and operated historically black university in the United States. Built to support the abolitionist cause […]
Yes! Black History Month is here again. Believe it or not, there was a time when there was only a Black History Week. However, progressive as that may seem, there are budding elements coming largely, but not solely from the African American community that suggest that Black History Month as separate singular concept in lore […]
Updated Jan. 29, 2017 During Black History Month, we celebrate the achievements, culture, and heritage of people of African descent. Most notably, we recognize those on whose shoulders we stand. Let’s take a look at how Black Greeks have influenced, and continue to influence, black history and leadership diversity in America. 1. The Original Carter […]
If you are currently a junior or senior in high school, you may want to increase your career prospects by continuing your education at the college level. As you consider your options for higher education, you may be interested in attending one of the historically black colleges and universities (HBCU). If so, it’s a good […]
Educatedblack.com has announced up to five scholarships for the fall 2012/Spring 2013 school year. Any African American student (future or current, grad or undergrad) that has been accepted or attends a community college, technical/trade college, or university may apply. Scholarships may be used anytime throughout the year for reimbursement of tuition, book costs or reimbursement […]
HAMPTON — Hampton University’s business school dean is standing by a controversial ban on dreadlocks and cornrows for some students. Male students enrolled in the school’s 5-year MBA program who take the seminar class cannot wear dreadlocks or cornrows in class. The ban, which began in 2001, has been controversial over the years. “I don’t […]