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Tuskegee Univ. Joins Forces With Hospital to Study Prostate Cancer in Black Men
St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center will join forces with Tuskegee University to establish a pa...


Studies Suggest New Ways to Beat Cervical and Prostate Cancer
Recent studies provide good and not so encouraging news for women and men regarding several of the ...


This Day in Black History: July 4, 1881
Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama, holds first day of class, with Booker T. Washington servin...


Tuskegee Airman G. Hickman Dies in Seattle at 88
George Hickman, one of the original Tuskegee airmen and a longtime usher at University of Washingto...


Tuskegee Airman Leslie A. Williams Dies in California at 95
The esteemed veteran also ran a dance studio and practiced law for two decades after graduating fro...


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...


Where Are America's Best Black Colleges?
Posted Oct. 4, 2007 – In the latest ranking of historically Black colleges and universities, U.S. N...


After Retirement, a Tuskegee Airman Finds Himself Busier Than Ever
Eugene Richardson Jr., once part of the elite group of Black pilots during World War II, now travel...


Morgan State’s Students Rally to Retain School’s President
Students at Morgan State University protested and rallied to keep the school’s president after the ...


Tuskegee Airman Dies
Body of missing Florida lotto winner found....


U.S. Apologizes for '40s Syphilis Study in Guatemala
U.S. Apologizes for '40s Syphilis Study in Guatemala...


Tuskegee Airman Dies at 90
Retired Lt. Col. Luke J. Weathers Jr., member of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, died Saturday at 90...


John Coltrane and Some ex-Tuskegee Airmen Share History
A former school for Blacks and a home of jazz giant John Coltrane are in need of repair....


Top Influencers In Medicine | Body and Soul
(www.BlackDoctor.org) -- Black History Month is a time to celebrate our past, as well as our presen...


Denzel and Pauletta Honored | Entertainment | BET.com
Posted March 3, 2008 -- Denzel Washington and his wife Pauletta will be honored this week by the Un...


Veteran Journalist and NABJ Co-Founder Stone Dies
Longtime journalist and educator Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr, one of the founders of the Nation...


Black Press Legend: John J. Oliver Jr. Speaks on Future of Black Newspapers
The publisher of the Afro-American newspapers, John J. Oliver Jr., speaks on the legacy of the Blac...


BET College Tour 2014 Schedule
Class is back in session as the BET College Tour returns! Check out the tour dates right here....


This Day in Black History: May 9, 1963
Arthur Wergs Mitchell, the first Black Democrat elected to Congress, died in Petersburg, Virginia, ...


Many Blacks Don’t Trust Swine Flu Vaccine
Many Blacks Don’t Trust Swine Flu Vaccine...

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