Tag: Education

Ohio Students Reprimanded For Putting “Whites / Blacks Only” Signs On Water Fountains

The era of segregation in America came to a point where a practice known as “separate but equal” brought forth water fountains and even whole restaurants that were labeled as either “whites only” or “Blacks/coloreds only.” A few students at Colerain High School in… Continue Reading “Ohio Students Reprimanded For Putting “Whites / Blacks Only” Signs On Water Fountains”

Teacher Suspended For Asking Students To “Identify The Primate” In Pics Of Barack Obama & Monkeys

One of the most common racial stereotypes that Black people have faced since the dawn of racism is being negatively compared to primates, both physically and in terms of animalistic behavior. A Michigan teacher chose to uphold that bigotry in the most mischievous of… Continue Reading “Teacher Suspended For Asking Students To “Identify The Primate” In Pics Of Barack Obama & Monkeys”

Warner Music Group Is Taking Its Music Talent Search To HBCUs

Getting scouted for a record deal is a dream for any aspiring musician, and the chances of worldwide success are even greater when signed to a major label like Warner Music Group. It looks like the next big superstar in the studio might be… Continue Reading “Warner Music Group Is Taking Its Music Talent Search To HBCUs”

Ron DeSantis Signs Bill Requiring Anti-Communism Learning

Source: Orlando Sentinel / Getty The biggest farce perpetrated by anti-critical race theory Republicans is the idea that they’re warriors against student indoctrination. The truth is no one is more invested in controlling what students learn in the classroom than conservatives. Shouting the word… Continue Reading “Ron DeSantis Signs Bill Requiring Anti-Communism Learning”

‘You Do Not Owe The College A Penny’ Anonymous Donor Pays Debt For Texas HBCU Graduates At Wiley College

Source: Catherine Lane / Getty 100 students are walking across the stage debt-free from Wiley College after an anonymous donor pays paid their balances.The East Texas historically Black college released a newsletter saying that the students were at graduation when the school’s president, Herman… Continue Reading “‘You Do Not Owe The College A Penny’ Anonymous Donor Pays Debt For Texas HBCU Graduates At Wiley College”

Florida A&M University Receives $1.2M Endowment

Source: Jeff Greenberg / Getty Florida A&M University is furthering its efforts to make higher education equitable and accessible. Thanks to a generous gift, the HBCU will be able to have a wider impact. The institution has received a $1.2 million endowment from philanthropists… Continue Reading “Florida A&M University Receives $1.2M Endowment”

19-Year-Old Will Be Youngest African American To Graduate Law School In U.S. History

Black girl magic is a very real thing, and everyday there’s a beautiful sister out there proving that statement to be 100% fact. The latest queen to become a shining example of the glow is a young woman by the name of Haley Taylor… Continue Reading “19-Year-Old Will Be Youngest African American To Graduate Law School In U.S. History”

Texas Southern University Sees Spike In Enrollment Calling It “The Megan Effect”

Source: Nike / NIke The Hot Girl coach is influencing students to enroll in her alter mater, Texas Southern University. Houston Chronicle reports that TSU saw a rise in applicants this year which the new president attributes to specifically focusing on the enrollment, scholarships… Continue Reading “Texas Southern University Sees Spike In Enrollment Calling It “The Megan Effect””

Lil Durk Launches Career Readiness Program For South Side Chicago Youth

Hip-hop can get a bad rep at times, especially when people choose to focus on the violence and misogyny that a handful of emcees tend to spew out on their songs. However, there’s also a lot of positive influence associated with the art form… Continue Reading “Lil Durk Launches Career Readiness Program For South Side Chicago Youth”

San Francisco Teacher’s Slavery Lesson Using Cotton Plants Leads To 5 Week Absence

Schools have unfortunately become breeding grounds for racially-charged incidents as of late, mainly due to the ongoing debate surrounding Critical Race Theory. The latest example of that happened in San Francisco last month when an eighth grade teacher at Creative Arts Charter School was… Continue Reading “San Francisco Teacher’s Slavery Lesson Using Cotton Plants Leads To 5 Week Absence”