The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) hosted a leadership series recently featuring President of ABC News Kim Godwin and MSNBC President Rashida Jones. The Leadership Series gives people a chance to grasp an idea of what it is like to run an entire newsroom.
Rev. Jesse and his wife Jacqueline were hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment Reverend Jesse Jackson and his wife Jacqueline have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently receiving hospital treatments. Jonathan Jackson, one of the couple’s five children, assured people that his parents were in good
WASHINGTON – The National Park Service today announced the award of $743,531 to 17 projects in 14 states to support diverse communities and to identify and nominate sites to the National Register of Historic Places. The Underrepresented Community Grant Program focuses on work towards diversifying
Denmark, S.C. – The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Initiative) named two Voorhees College students as 2021 HBCU Scholar students: Joshua Gayle, a business administration major and president of the Voorhees Student Government Association; and Quatasia Donaldson, a psychology major. The
By Kurtis Alston After leaving the CIAA and helping the start of the MEAC in 1970, North Carolina A&T recently left the MEAC for the Big South. A&T had some rough patches in the ’80s, even though they went 9-3 in the 1980 season under
HBCUA Staff The Tuskegee University Board of Trustees announced that interim President Dr. Charlotte Morris will be elected as the university’s ninth president, effective August 1st, 2021. This decision makes Dr. Morris the second female president at Tuskegee, following her predecessor Dr. Lily McNair. Dr.
Chris Paul has been an advocate for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). He has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to progressive initiatives for HBCUs and has publicly shown his support for the institutions. He is even currently enrolled at an HBCU, as he
The HBCU Advocate has been sharing information about HBCUs for many years. We are now offering students an opportunity to represent their school through our fellowship program. While working in conjunction with each HBCU’s Media Relations Department, the HBCU Advocate Fellows Program will teach students to
An extremely liberating move has been made in favor of college athletes all over the country that seems to answer all the pleas that student-athletes have been making for years. A law went into effect on July 1st that now allows students opportunities to profit
By Dakota Smith On July 16th, Virginia State University announced they would use the CARES act funding (also known as HEER funds) to pay off outstanding student account balances incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Donald Palm, Ph.D.,