(JACKSON, Miss.) — The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a massive financial loss for Black-owned businesses throughout the U.S. To add to this nightmare, some businesses were severely damaged and even destroyed when recent Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests turned violent. As Jackson State University alumnae
HAMPTON, Va. – (July 15, 2020) – Hampton University PharmD student Tiffany Alfred is the 2020 recipient of the Harvey B. Morgan Award for Advancing Health Policy. This award, given on behalf of the Virginia Pharmacists Association (VPhA), recognizes and honors a future pharmacist who demonstrates
Denmark, S.C.- The Voorhees College Division of Institutional Advancement and Development (IAD) introduces a new vice president and chief development officer, Dr. Prince Brown. Brown said he is extraordinarily grateful for the opportunity to join Voorhees College as its chief development officer. “I am confident that, under the
CHARLOTTE – The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation’s oldest historically black conference, has teamed up with the CIAA Faculty Athletics Representatives Association (FARA) to host a virtual mental health symposium. Created to heighten awareness among its membership and align with the conference’s strategic plan,
Raleigh, NC – (July 15, 2020) – Shaw University will host a virtual town hall discussion on “The Role of Black Businesses in the Wake of Protests, Policing, and a Pandemic.” The event will be via a Zoom webinar on Thursday, July 30, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.