Folding Chairs, Brutal Cops, Affirmative Action: The 2023 News Stories That Hit Different for Black America
The news through these last 12 months kept us glued to our television and cellphone screens, and we couldn’t stop talking about these stories.
Survey: Most University Presidents Disagree With Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Decision
The high court banned institutions from using race-conscious admissions, forcing schools to find alternatives to achieving diversity.
Lawyers Accuse DeSantis Of Dismantling Black Congressional District
The lawsuit claims that the Florida governor purposefully established districts that favored the Republican party.
Celebrating Thurgood Marshall: A Cinematic Tribute to the First African-American Supreme Court Justice
Marking the historic confirmation anniversary, we spotlight five compelling films that capture the legal luminary's essence, struggles, and triumphs.
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S1 • E7America in BlackMarch on Washington 60 Years Later
Activists discuss sexism in the Civil Rights Movement, George Raveling explains how he got the original "I Have a Dream" transcript, and Rep. Justin Pearson shares his hopes for the future.
U.S. Supreme Court Petitioned to Hear High School Admissions Case On Heels Of Recent Affirmative Action Case
The suit cites enrollment for Black and Hispanic students has increased, while enrollment for Asian-American students as declined nearly 20% in three years.
How Students Are Reacting To The Supreme Court Decision Striking Loan Forgiveness
Rising tuition prices and interest rates leave students questioning if they can ever achieve financial freedom in the future with the burden of student loans.
Howard University Among HBCUs With More Black Students Than All 8 Ivy League Colleges
The Bisons currently have 5,916 Black undergraduates enrolled.
Charles Barkley To Leave $5 million For Black Student Scholarships At Auburn University
The NBA legend changed his will after the Supreme Court struck down race as a consideration in college applications.
Don’t Get it Twisted: Affirmative Action Still Exists…Just Not for Us
Opinion: With the Supreme Court deciding to gut an educational policy that helped millions, score another victory for White supremacy.