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Before Mississippi governor signed bill late last month, Sen. Wicker, JSU President Hudson, Coach Prime agreed student-athletes should be paid for name, image, likeness

(JACKSON, Miss.) — U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker sought opinions from JSU President Thomas K. Hudson and Tigers’ Coach Prime (Deion Sanders) about compensating student-athletes for the use of their names, images and likenesses and claims the “devil is in the details” about a proposed “Player’s

UNITED HOMECARE AND FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR AN INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE MIAMI TO ADVANCE ADULT LEARNERS IN THE HOME HEALTH AIDE WORKFORCE

April 13, 2021, Miami Gardens, Florida,  — United HomeCare® (UHC), a 501 (C)(3) non-profit Home and Community-Based Home Health Agency, is proud to announce its partnership with Florida Memorial University (FMU), Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies, a historically Black university (HBCU) located in

Voorhees College press release-COVID-19 vaccine challenge

Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College joins in the fight with public health officials to help stop the spread ofthe COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic by encouraging African Americans to get vaccinated. Additionally,Interim President Dr. Ronnie Hopkins challenges other Historically Black Colleges and Universities(HBCUs) to communicate to African Americans

Voorhees announces the 2021 Presidential Scholars

Denmark, S.C.- Voorhees College will acknowledge 11 presidential scholars during the virtual 2021 Presidential Scholarship Gala hosted by comedian Jonathan Slocomb on Saturday, April 10 at 7 p.m. The 2020-2021 scholars are seniors Denzel Walls, Donald Lauer IV, Henriadam Brower, junior Ashley Johnson; sophomores Terrill

HBCU Advocates Unite to Ensure Future Success

“What you learn at an HBCU is that you do not have to fit into somebody’s limited perspective on what it means to be young, gifted and black,” Vice Presidential Nominee Kamala Harris, Howard University Class of ’86. For over 150 years historically Black colleges