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    Hogan’s $100M Offer to HBCU’s Described as an “Insincere Gesture”, “Slap-in the Face”, “Peanuts”

    In a letter addressed to the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland Chairwoman Cheryl Glenn this week, Gov. Larry Hogan signaled a willingness to resolve the decade-long Maryland HBCU Equity lawsuit. Hogan offered Maryland’s HBCU’s...

    Following Court Ruling, Md. Lawmakers Again Introduce HBCU Support Bill

    As she has each year for the past decade, Maryland State Sen. Joan Carter Conway (D-Dist. 43) testified before her colleagues in support of a bill to promote equality between the state’s HBCUs, and...

    #BlackCollegesMatter: Allies of Maryland’s HBCUs Need To #StayWoke

    Earlier this month, Maryland’s Attorney General asked federal judge Catherine C. Blake to immediately stop the process of appointing a federal monitor who could bring long awaited equity and justice to Maryland’s four Historically...

    HBCU Supporters Outline 2018 Plans

    Students, alumni and supporters of Maryland’s four Historically Black Colleges and Universities ( HBCU’s) are taking their battle to stop the decades of discrimination against them by Maryland,  to the Maryland General Assembly and...

    After HBCU Equity Lawsuit Decision, HBCUs Plan Path Forward

    Representatives of Maryland’s historically Black college and universities recently met with alumni plaintiffs in a decade-old lawsuit challenging inequality in the state’s higher education system (HBCU Equity Lawsuit)—a suit which recently ended with a...

    Documentary on History of HBCUs Screened at Morgan

    Historically Black colleges and universities have served African-American communities for 150-plus years, but they are frequently underrepresented, according to filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Furthermore, he said, many stories are left untold in mainstream media. Nelson...

    Former SEC Quarterback Savoring HBCU Experience at Grambling

    GRAMBLING, La. (AP) — DeVante Kincade was bouncing around a humid basketball gym in August, wiping sweat from his forehead while trying to sink 3-pointers. With a football. Grambling's senior quarterback was about to help...

    Decision Postpones Justice for Md. HBCU’s; Special Master Appointed

    The long-running lawsuit by HBCU alumni, students, and others against the state of Maryland over the effects of duplicating successful programs at HBCUs took another twist on Nov.8.  U.S. District Judge Catherine Blake, who...

    The Black Renaissance Is Real: HBCUs See Record Growth in 2017

    Last week I went to Howard University’s homecoming, and like Deon Cole, Chance the Rapper and Malia Obama at the 2012 inauguration, I was reminded that once you see he bands stomping, the music playing and the quad...

    Nine HBCU’s Celebrate150 Years of Black Excellence

    HBCUs are generally known for their “flavor” and Black history. Black colleges not only throw the best social and cultural events but produce many public figures, scholars, politicians and many more workers who graduated...

    Five HBCUs Ready to Work on Self-Driving Cars

    Ridesharing company Lyft has announced plans to partner with online credentialing and nanodegree company Udacity to begin offering scholarships to learners who want to develop self-driving cars. Officials say that the program is designed to...

    Mississippi’s Landmark HBCU Lawsuit Shows the Reach of Inequity Beyond Borders and Across Generations

    Five years from now, the State of Mississippi will make its final payout to its three public historically black universities as mandated by a Supreme Court desegregation decision ordered in 1992 and implemented by...

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