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Keep Black Love Alive – Spelman Women’s Research and Resource Center and chromatic blackℱ Sponsor Well-Being Advocacy Forum –

Courtesy of Spelman College Keep Black Love Alive: Black Women Defining a Healthy 21st Century is a national well-being advocacy call to action to address the health and wellness of communities of color across the country. The first hybrid (in-person and virtual) forum will take place on from noon – 2:30 p.m., Thursday, June 23,

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Tuskegee University Joins Thermo Fisher Scientific COVID-19 testing initiative for Historically Black Colleges and Universitie

By Tuskegee Univesity Tuskegee University has joined a growing list of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) benefiting from a $25 million COVID-19 testing initiative from the world leader in serving science, Thermo Fisher Scientific. The company recently committed to supporting the efforts of HBCUs to make COVID-19 testing available at no cost to all

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Jackson State University receives $10K grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to support adult literacy

By Kyle Kidd  The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recently awarded Jackson State University’s School of Lifelong Learning a $10,000 grant to support adult literacy at their Continuing Education Learning Center (CELC).  This local grant is part of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation’s recent $10.5 million donation to support summer, family, and adult literacy programs. It represents the organization’s largest

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WHUR Takes Top Slot in May 2022 Nielsen Ratings

Courtesy of Howard University 96.3 WHUR has reclaimed its place back at the top as the #1 music station in the DMV, according to the May 2022 Nielsen Ratings. The stand-alone station in the nation’s 8th largest market of corporate giants, WHUR has slain its competition in several key areas, including #1 overall among the

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FAMU Marching ‘100’ Selected For Authentic Marching Band Performance at Louis Vuitton Fashion Show

By Andrew Skerritt Florida A&M University’s Marching “100” was selected to perform at the 2022 Louis Vuitton Men’s Paris Fashion Show because of the producers’ desire for an “authentic” marching band experience. Benji B, music director at Louis Vuitton Men’s, said the creative vision for this year’s show called for a marching band. “In all

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TSU’s Jesse H. Jones School of Business Future Bankers Leadership Program boasts 100 percent pass rate for second time

By Texas Southern University For the second consecutive semester, students in Texas Southern University’s newly-established Future Bankers Leadership Program (FBLP) achieved an impressive 100 percent pass rate for a key professional certification exam – giving them a distinct advantage as they pursue careers in the finance and banking industry. The Risk Management Association Credit Essentials Certificate

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President Hudson joins St. Dominic’s Board of Directors

By Jackson State University Jackson State University President Thomas K. Hudson, J.D, is the newest member of the Board of Directors for the St. Dominic Health Services and parent organization, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System. “It is an honor to join the board of directors for St. Dominic’s,” said Hudson. “Access to affordable,

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Howard University Offers Screenings for Prostate, Colon, Breast Cancer

By Sholnn Z. Freeman The Howard University Cancer Center closes out National Black Family Cancer Awareness Week (June 16-22) and Cancer Survivors Month in June with “More Than Conquerors: Stories of Survivorship, Hope and Courage.” National Black Family Cancer Awareness Week is an initiative of the Food and Drug Administration Oncology Center of Excellence. The goal is to marshal community-based stakeholders to

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