Mass. Supreme Court Allows Slave Descendant To Sue Harvard For Emotional Distress
The university published ‘dehumanizing’ photos of two slaves a white supremacist Harvard professor commissioned in 1850 for his research.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Makes History As First Black Woman Confirmed As U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Rising from a SCOTUS clerkship to the high court bench itself, she steps into the next phase of a venerable career journey.
53rd NAACP Image AwardsSwizz Beatz Inspires as an Artist and Humanitarian
Swizz Beatz started early by writing the beat for DMX's iconic "Ruff Ryders' Anthem," and as his fame has grown, he's used his platform to support the arts, underserved communities and more.
Supreme Court To Hear Two Critical Challenges To Affirmative Action Involving Harvard And University of North Carolina
The long-standing diversity promoting practice comes under the most scrutiny it has seen in years.
Emmys 2021: Yara Shahidi Requested To Present Early To Make Her Harvard Class On Time
She handed out the second trophy on Sunday evening.
Atlanta Teens Make Harvard History As First Black Girl Duo Debate Champions
They are undefeated.
Cornel West Resigns From Harvard, Calls Out the School for 'Superficial Diversity'
He accused the school of discrimination.
Rapper IDK Creates Music Business Program At Harvard University
The 10-day event is free and directed to students of color.
Harvard-Bound Teen Offers To Give $40,000 Scholarship To Someone Else
“I am not the one who needs this the most.”
This Day in Black History: Feb. 6, 1990
Barack Obama named president of the Harvard Law Review.