November 23, 2023

A Thanksgiving Message from Lincoln University’s President

Written By President John B. Moseley In this season of Thanksgiving, I’m sure I’m not the only one who is taking the time to reflect on the incredible journey of the last year. Together, we as a University have much for which we can be thankful, and it is with a spirit of gratitude that

Nov. 26, 2015 - Atlanta - Volunteer Archel Bernard (left), from Atlanta, works her way down the food line, filling her tray to serve in the dining room. With the help of hundreds of volunteers, Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless expected to serve as many as 6,000 Thanksgiving day meals at the Georgia World Congress Center Thanksgiving day. Free services included cooked meals, barbers and hair stylists, medical screenings and care, clothing, legal aid, live music performances, prayer and counseling. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM

HBCUs Give Back This Thanksgiving

Written By Jasmine Meriedy In November, families gather and travel all across to eat delicious food prepared to leave you with a full stomach at the table. For some families, that isn’t the case. Either they cannot afford or have the means to buy food to cook, or some people don’t have the means to


An HBCU will host a general election presidential debate for the first time

By Isabela Espadas Barros Leal For the first time in U.S. history, a general election presidential debate will be hosted at a historically Black college or university. The Commission on Presidential Debates announced Monday that Virginia State University in Petersburg will host the second debate of the 2024 general election cycle Oct. 1. “We are honored and grateful