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This Day in Black History: Feb. 1, 1960
Four Black college students are refused service at a segregated Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greens...


Michelle Obama Urges North Carolina A&T Grads to Help Change the World
The first lady called on students to think about how they can give back to society....


Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj to Embark on North American Tour
The I Am Music II Tour is set to begin in March....


Jacob Latimore Joins Scream Tour
The tween star joins Diggy Simmons and Mindless Behavior....


Civil Rights Sit-In Pioneer Franklin McCain Dies
Franklin McCain, who helped ignite an important part of the civil rights movements, is dead....


Black College Student Leaders Create Coalition for Racial Equality
The founding members hail from all eight Ivy League institutions and were inspired by young groups ...


California Hopes to Ease Path to Historically Black Colleges
Leaders of California's vast community college system on Tuesday approved a program aimed at making...


What's at Stake: Cory Arvinger
Howard University student shares his experience with losing financial aid and successfully raising ...


North Carolina Cop Did Not Discriminate, Department Finds
North Carolina Cop Did Not Discriminate | Department Finds...


ACC Moves Tourney Over Confederate Flag Dispute
ACC moves tourney over Confederate flag dispute....


Museums Retrace March on Washington 50 Years Later
At the Newseum, curators focused on the unique role of students in helping to lead the civil rights...


Obama Highlights Push for Better Skilled Teachers
President Obama calls for equity in teacher experience at all schools....


Famed SC Civil Rights Protesters Have Convictions Erased
The men were arrested for integrating a whites-only lunch counter....


J. Cole Announces College Tour With Big K.R.I.T.
The BET Music Matters alum team up for a 13-city run....


FBI file on accused museum shooter dates to 1963
FBI file on accused museum shooter dates to 1963...


Tiger Woods looks to keep going at FedEx Cup
Golfer Tiger Woods looks to return to form at FedEx Cup....


Hip Hop Caucus to Bring Climate Campus Tour to Schools
Organization behind "Vote or Die" looks to raise awareness on pollution....


Black Women Battle Obesity With Dialogue, Action
African-American women have the highest obesity rate of any group of Americans....


The Ride That Wasn’t So “Free” 50 Years Ago
President Obama honored Freedom Riders on the 50th anniversary of their journey....


Black America "Treading Water" Urban League Report Shows
Posted March 5, 2008 – African Americans’ progress in closing the economic and social welfare gaps ...

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