May 12, 2022

Issa Rae Named Ambassador Of 2022 American Black Film Festival

Issa Rae was recently announced as the 2022 American Black Film Festival Ambassador, which will take place June 15-19 in Miami Beach. The news was first revealed per an exclusive report by Variety. In addition to the honor, the 37-year-old Renaissance woman will also unveil her long-awaited HBO Max series Rap Sh*t at the festival’s last full evening, June

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The career path initiative of a 4.0 graduate

Delaware State University The fact that Brandi Nichols is among the nine 4.0-GPA graduates at Delaware State University who will each receive the Presidential Academic Excellence Award is remarkable enough. However, even more impressive while maintaining academic perfection was the tenacious initiative Ms. Nicole exercised throughout her undergraduate years to figure out her career path. Ms. Nichols

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The NBA Visits Wilberforce University

By Wilberforce University Members of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ front office cruised the campus recently. Representing the Cavs’ hospitality development, human resources and diversity and inclusion departments, three Cavs employees spent time getting to know students and staff and learning the university’s history. The Cavs’ Kevin Clayton, Alberta Lee and David Kone’ initially traveled from Cleveland

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First Generation, next chapter: Mass Communication grad credits Grambling State for preparedness, taking life head on

Courtesy of Grambling State University Kayla Sullers has always believed in jumping into life full-force and building new experiences to help create a better future. The mass communications major isn’t sure what exactly lies ahead in her future as she jumps into the next phase of her life after Thursday’s graduation ceremonies, but she said

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Senate confirms Lisa Cook as first Black woman on Federal Reserve Board

By Zoë Richards and Frank Thorp V The Senate confirmed economist Lisa Cook on Tuesday night to serve on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, making her the first Black woman to sit on the panel in its 108-year history. Cook was confirmed in a 51-50 party-line vote, with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking the tie. She will join the Fed

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Raleigh County Academy of Careers & Technology Students Benefit from Articulation Agreement with BSC

By Bluefield State College Raleigh County Academy of Careers and Technology (ACT) students now can earn 14 college credits while completing specific courses at the Academy, then move seamlessly into the Bluefield State College Criminal Justice program. Through a recently approved Articulation Agreement between BSC, Raleigh County Public Schools, and Raleigh County ACT, qualifying Raleigh

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Wiley College Students are Inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success

Courtesy of Wiley College On Tuesday, April 26, 2022, over 20 students were inducted into the nation’s largest leadership honor society. The NSLS is the most prominent leadership honor society in the United States, National Society of Leadership and Success. Students were selected based on their outstanding leadership contributions and NSLS mission to impact the

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Coppin State University Celebrates Groundbreaking for KEYS Community Healing Village in West Baltimore

By Coppin State University Coppin State University President Anthony L. Jenkins, Ph.D. joined Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby, and other local, state, and community leaders to celebrate the groundbreaking for the KEYS Community Healing Village – a center that will provide mental and behavioral health

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