If William Alphaeus Hunton Jr. is an “Unsung Valiant,” as his wife, Dorothy, wrote in his biography, Hunton’s mother was an even more obscure personality, but one, like her son, worthy of consideration.
Tuesday morning, at the Tweed Courthouse behind City Hall, New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina held a roundtable with members of community and ethnic media.
More funding in early childhood education, may improve student's long term success.
Two blocks away from the famous King Center in downtown Atlanta is a small brick building that tourists typically overlook.
Preparing for college can be stressful for both parents and students. As the first person in my family to go to college, I felt the same anxiety, and I know how many of you feel.
If you’ve never heard of the Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections, you are not alone. Not until it was brought to my attention by Harlem resident Mani Gilyard was I aware of an organization of African-American stamp collectors.
The New York Department of Education is seeking to prohibit approved Caribbean medical schools from entering into any new affiliation agreements with New York hospitals to help train their students.
The Detroit Federation of Teachers, along with the American Federation of Teachers and several parents, filed a complaint in Michigan’s 3rd Circuit Court accusing Detroit Public Schools and Emergency Manager Darnell Earley of allowing school facilities to deteriorate.
Here is a list of scholarships for African-American students from fastweb.com.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) announced the theme for Black History Month 2016 is "Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories."
With stalwarts Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan, a.k.a. Dr. Ben, and Mother Kefa becoming ancestors in 2015, they joined the First World Alliance’s other founders who preceded them, Brother Bill Jones (2010) and Dr. John Henrik Clarke (1998). As a significant chapter ...
Bottom Line students were able to put their skills on display and receive career and interview advice at the second annual Go Far Forum on Jan. 7.
During the recent groundbreaking ceremony at the Schomburg Center as part of the $22 million renovation project, Jean Blackwell Hutson’s name was invoked by several of the notables at the event.
More than a generation has gone by since I taught at Oberlin College in Ohio.
The Staten Island chapter of the NAACP is hosting its annual HBCU Fair Saturday, Feb. 6.