21 Savage and Chime To Give Away 100k In Scholarships For Financial Literacy Campaign

21 says you need financial literacy to operate and be successful as an adult.

Usher’s Nonprofit ‘New Look’ Earns $500K Grant For Financial Literacy Programming

The singer-songwriter continues to dedicate support to under-resourced communities.

OPINION: Why I Believe The Student Demands At Howard University Are Not Only Reasonable But Necessary

After nearly a month of protests and camping out in front of the Blackburn Center, one student expresses her deep frustrations with not being seen or heard by school administrators.

Once Closed Detroit HBCU Makes Plans To Reopen, Giving Innovative Tuition-Free Opportunities For Design Students

Lewis College of Business had a long history in the Motor City before closing. But a footwear industry veteran is partnering with another well respected institution to resurrect it.

Photo Of Black Principal Kissing White Wife Ordered Off Social Media

He cites “hate” and “racism” as the reason.

Educators Taking Action With Rallies Against Bills Targeting Teaching America’s Racial History

The Day of Action seeks to create awareness.

Why So Many Tulsa Residents Wrestle With Remembering And Commemorating The 1921 Massacre

Residents continue to grapple with the history.

New Bipartisan HBCU Bill Would Bring Funding To Rebuild, Repair, and Modernize Campuses

The IGNITE bill would address several funding problems.

UNC Declining To Grant Tenure to Journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones Sparks Backlash

Conservative elements are said to have factored in.

Phylicia Rashad Named Dean At Howard University's College Of Fine Arts

The actress said she looks forward to returning.

OPINION: Howard University Must Not Close Its Classics Department

Black voices are needed in the area of study.