Shout out to the Carters for their commitment to furthering the educations of Black and Brown young adults. 

Xbox is keeping that energy when it comes to embracing Black and Brown gamers.

As we march into the eighth day of protests denouncing of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and police brutality, those committed to change show they aren’t giving up. According to published reports, on Saturday (June 6), #HBCUs4BlackLives: Centering Our Youth announced an HBCU protest will be taking place in Atlanta to give the youth a chance to share their thoughts on the current state of affairs in our country.

Since 2007, the Shawn Carter Foundation has been leading a charge to expose potential college students to the world of historically Black colleges and universities, also known as HBCUs, via a bus tour. This year’s tour campaign finds Jay-Z and mother Gloria Carter’s foundation teaming up Toyota with a stop at Washington, D.C.’s Howard University […]

President Donald Trump invited a number of HBCU leaders to the White House yesterday for a gathering Monday (Feb. 27) ahead of an executive order signing meant to address federal support given to those institutions. While the moment had the appearance of a feel-good attempt to cool the recent racial tensions between people of color […]

If you attended a historically black college or university, it’s safe to say your post-secondary educational experience was unique.

For many people, the start of the fall symbolizes the return to school. On the social side, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) often possess an undeniable reputation for having the most exciting, impressive campus life one may ever experience.

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HBCU Alumni will be thrilled to learn that the week of August 30 through September 5, 2009 is officially National HBCU Week. The White House released a proclamation from the President officiating the week and praising HBCUS for spawning some of America’s most notorious Black leaders. “For more than 140 years, HBCUs have released the […]