January 19, 2022

Morehouse College Launches Black Men’s Research Institute

By Morehouse College Morehouse College today launched the Black Men’s Research Institute (BMRI), a pioneering initiative to study the economic, social, cultural, and personal outcomes of issues affecting Black men, particularly where disparities exist in the U.S. and internationally. Rooted in the scholarship of the humanities, humanistic social sciences, and the creative arts, the institute is unique


TSU Awarded $284,000 Grant to Help Students With Intellectual Disabilities

By Meagan Gosa Tennessee State University has been awarded a $284,000 grant to help students with intellectual disabilities. It is the first public institution in Middle Tennessee to offer an inclusive higher education program. TSU is among four higher education institutions to receive the Tennessee Believes grant from the Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities


Fashion icon André Leon Talley is dead at age 73

By Sean Federico-O’Murchu André Leon Talley, the former longtime creative director for Vogue and a fashion icon in his own right, has died at age 73, according to a statement on his official Instagram account. Talley was a pioneer in the fashion industry, a Black man in an often insular world dominated by White men

Florida A&M University celebrates Convocation on Friday, Jan., 14, 2022. Key note speaker Rep. Ramon Alexander

FAMU MLK Convocation Speaker Rep. Ramon Alexander Recalls Key Moments in American History To Remind Students the Struggle Continues

By Andrew Skerritt Florida A&M University alumnus State Representative Ramon Alexander waxed poetic and lyrical, historical and philsophical as he urged students to action during his Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation address Friday. Reciting poetry from memory, the three-term Democratic legislator recalled significant dates in American history when African Americans thought they had overcome.


The ESG and Law Institute Partners With Howard University School of Law

Written by Howard University Newsroom Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP’s ESG and Law Institute, a forum of businesses and academic institutions dedicated to the independent study of issues relating to the intersection of ESG (environmental, social and governance), business and the law, today announced that it has signed on its second academic partner, Howard


College of Veterinary Medicine makes the holidays merrier with toy drive at George Washington Carver School

By Tuskegee University The Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine (TUCVM) family has continued the tradition in spite of the pandemic to spread joy to the students at  George Washington Carver (GWC) Elementary School located in Tuskegee.  Representatives of the college served as Santa and his helpers on December 16 for TUCVM”s Seventh Annual “Toy