September 26, 2023

Supporters of reparations for Black residents urge San Francisco to push forward

 Reparations advocates urged San Francisco supervisors Tuesday to adopt recommendations aimed at shrinking the racial wealth gap and otherwise improving the lives of Black residents as atonement for decades of discriminatory city policies, including the granting of a lump-sum $5 million payment to every eligible adult. San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors was expected to vote

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Chinese Language & Cultural Research Ctr launched at DSU Downtown

Courtesy of Delaware State University A partnership between Delaware State University and Xiamen University of China has led to the establishment of a Chinese Language and Cultural Research (CLCR) Center at DSU Downtown. The officials from both institutions jointly dedicated CLCR Center during a Sept. 22 ceremony at the DSU International Affairs House on N. State

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NBA Veteran And Morehouse College Alumnus Harold Ellis ’92 Return To His Alma Mater To Serve As Athletic Director

Written By Morehouse College Morehouse¬†College has announced the appointment of Harold Ellis ’92, former NBA player and standout Morehouse College guard, as the new Athletic Director. With an acclaimed basketball career and a wealth of coaching and management experience at the professional league level, Ellis is set to lead the Maroon Tiger‚Äôs athletic department with

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TSU To Participate In Amazon’s Career Choice School Fair, Strengthening Partnership

By Emmanuel Freeman Tennessee State University is thrilled to announce its participation in Amazon’s Career Choice School Fair, as part of the ongoing partnership between the university and Amazon. The fair is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 27 at Nashville International Airport. It will provide TSU representatives with the opportunity to showcase the institution and its

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Tuskegee Partners with National Football League to Design Stadium

Courtesy of Tuskegee University Tuskegee University‚Äôs Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science is partnering with the National Football League to design an innovative, state-of-the-art, fictional football stadium. ‚ÄúThis is the first time the NFL has utilized architecture and construction science students in this way,‚ÄĚ said Walter P. Cooper Sr., Director of Career

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The Division of University Communications at JSU has been named a finalist for the prestigious 2023 PRNEWS Platinum Awards for the ‚ÄúJSU is the Future‚ÄĚ Spring 2022 Jacksonian Magazine. The alumni publication highlights the division‚Äôs public relations efforts to share the ongoing contributions of the robust and gifted JSU community. The awards ceremony takes place Wednesday, Oct. 18, in New York City.

Jackson State University Communications named 2023 PRNEWS Platinum Awards finalist for Jacksonian Magazine

Written By Jackson State University The Division of University Communications at Jackson State University (JSU)is a finalist for the prestigious 2023 PRNEWS Platinum Awards for the second consecutive year. The awards ceremony takes place Wednesday, Oct. 18, in New York City. “This honor speaks to the dedication and high-quality work our Division of University Communications produces.

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At HBCUs founded for food research, students search for healthy meals

By Maya King Historically black land-grant colleges and universities were created to be centers of food and agriculture research, but in reality many of their students live in food deserts with little access to grocery stores or restaurants. A majority of the so-called 1890 institutions, named for the year they were incorporated into the U.S.

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