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Commentary: A Raging Debate About Black Studies
There’s been a big hubbub of late over the Chronicle of Higher Education's writer Naomi Schaefer Ri...


Commentary: Blogger's Review of Black Studies Is Misguided
Naomi Schaefer Riley's essay shows she isn't that well-versed in Black Studies....


Why More Black Families Are Homeschooling Their Children
African-American families have become one of the fastest-growing demographics in home education....


NAACP Leader Rachel Dolezal Is Pretending to Be Black, Parents Say
Rachel Dolezal, the president of the Spokane NAACP chapter, is pretending to be Black, according to...


Not Enough Blacks Call 911 Immediately for Stroke Symptoms
Even though the difference between life and death in many stroke cases depends on how quickly the a...


Breast Cancer Studies Take Aim at Racial Disparities
Researchers want to better understand why Black women are more likely to die from this disease....


Esteemed Black Studies Scholar Dies
The man who established the nation’s first Ph.D. program in ethnic studies dies....


Study: Voter ID Laws Cut Turnout by Blacks, Young
The study compared election turnout in Kansas and Tennessee — which tightened voter ID requirements...


Record Number of Black Candidates Seeking Office
The increase may be due to a combination of opportunity and changing demographics....


Black Effigies Hanged on Berkeley Campus Spur Debate
Effigies of black lynching victims were found hanging at the University of California, Berkeley hou...


Report: Dark-Skinned Black Girls Receive Harsher Discipline in School
Study finds that darker skinned African-American girls are three times more likely to be suspended ...


Miss Black America Launching Nationwide
Miss Black America launching nationwide. The program will provide studies before the pageant....


Brown v. Board Site to Mark Anniversary of Ruling
The Brown V. Board of Education National Historic site will display a Black doll used in a series o...


This Day in Black History: July 3, 1944
Ruth Simmons, the first Black president of an Ivy League institution, was born on July 3, 1944....


Young Black Americans At Higher Risk For Colon Cancer
Posted March 11, 2007 – Think colon cancer doesn’t affect you? Think again. Young Black Americans a...


What's Your High Blood Pressure Risk?
May 6, 2008 – Black Americans have more risk factors for high blood pressure (hypertension), than o...


Harvard Training College Teachers on Black History
Three-week program includes lectures by some of the nation's leading scholars in Black studies....


2015 American Black Film Festival Announces Dates, Submission Info
Four day event will take place in New York City....


Keri Hilson Says Rachel Dolezal Deserves a ‘Thank You’
"She's doing more than most of us do for ourselves," says Hilson...


Black Teens Drink Less Than Whites, but the Reason Why Is Unclear
White teens may drink more, but Black teens have more alcohol-related problems....

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