House Republicans are set to vote on cuts to Title I education grants, a federal program providing critical support for low-income students, which could result in a 20% reduction in funding and could lead to a decrease in educational opportunities for disadvantaged children.
NeAndre Broussard is a visionary who uses clothing as a vehicle to uplift Black men all over the world, and his Black Menswear brand hosts events and flash mobs to show the power of dressing well and changing the narrative of who we are as Black men.
by Aziah Siid Originally appeared in Word in Black When the Create a Respectful and Open World for Natural Hair — or C.R.O.W.N Act as most people know it — […]
The Department of Education has approved another round of debt forgiveness for 1,200 graduates and former students of the University of Phoenix, totaling $37 million in student loans, due to the school’s misleading advertising campaign.
Pastor Brandon Enoch Bey has been highlighting Black history in his children’s school curriculum, while the OSSE has been providing teachers with professional development and curricular material to help students think critically about the past and evaluate information they find online.
The American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom has documented a 20% increase in attempts to censor books, materials, and services across public, school, and academic libraries in the US in 2023, with a focus on books written by or about people of color or members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Campus Centers is a network of facilitators and programs designed to help undo harmful stereotypes, rewrite damaging narratives, and train people to dismantle toxic racial hierarchies at the grassroots level.
The Texas A&M University System has issued guidance on how to comply with the state’s ban on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, providing a first glimpse into how Texas universities are navigating the thorny implementation of the new law.
Four innocent young girls getting ready for Sunday services died when the Ku Klux Klan detonated a devastating bomb inside Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church sixty years ago. Today, as the nation commemorates the somber 60th anniversary of that fateful September 15, 1963, day, two remarkable women, Lisa McNair, and Tammie Fields, stand united not only by their shared tragedy but also by their unwavering message to combat hate.
By Stacy M. BrownNNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent@StacyBrownMedia To help fortify historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) nationwide, the HBCU Transformation Project has garnered a substantial $124 million investment from […]