Don’t sleep on local and state elections. If you care about Historically Black Colleges, especially public HBCUs, you need to vote—for everything.
‘Power Concedes Nothing Without A Demand. It Never Did And It Never Will.’ – Frederick Douglass A portion of a quote from a revered Black leader who understood how the push and pull of political power works in America. Douglass spoke those prophetic words almost 200 years ago. To be sure the retail entry to […]
The election season is in full swing. If you are a college student or soon to be college student, and will not be physically voting at a voting station in your state or local municipality, you will need to vote in absentia. To vote in absentia means you will be voting through the use of […]
Commentary by: Richard Gibson, Jr. Can HBCUs Help Change the Political Landscape in 2012? Yes they can! The 2012 election cycle is critically important for HBCUs and all that is associated with the same institutions…students, faculty, administrators, alumni. All parties therein must step up their participation in the political game in 2012. There are political […]