Grammy-winning artist Usher will headline the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show in Paradise, Nevada, with producer Jay-Z and Roc Nation.
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.
Remote workers reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by up to 58% compared to on-site workers, and they also enjoy other benefits such as a richer social life and a better work-life balance, but the benefits are more readily available to white and well-off workers.
Texas’ Attorney General’s Office has used the supersedeas rule to block temporary injunctions against new state laws, creating chaos for Texans and criticizing the provision for eroding the separation of powers between the executive branch and courts.
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.
by Willy Blackmore Originally appeared in Word in Black For nearly a decade, starting in 1933, the United States government hired some 3 million young men to work in forests, […]
North Texas Giving Day is a great opportunity for small nonprofits to raise awareness and donations for their work, and to help those in need.
“Racelighting,” a form of racism that causes Black people to question their own experiences and reality, can have physical and emotional effects similar to those experienced by soldiers in combat, but naming the behavior can help with healing, according to Dr. J. Luke Wood, a sociologist and president of California State University, Sacramento. The most effective antidote is for Black people to immerse themselves in welcoming Black spaces that validate and support them.
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.
Beyond the Ball hosted the Beyond the Game Skills Camp, an event that exposed students to math, science, and innovative careers beyond the game, while also helping them to improve their basketball skills and explore their dreams.