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Notable NFL Figures are Coming to Coach at HBCUs, Is it A Viable Long-Term Strategy?

“... obtaining a coaching gig at HBCUs can be a stepping stone for a more lucrative FCS or FBS job down the road.”

February 1, 2022
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1/3 of HBCUs Have Received Their Largest Gift Ever Since July 2020

Of the 102 HBCUs in operation, 34 HBCUs (33%) received their largest gift in school history since July 2020.

February 1, 2022
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Check the Facts: Protests Are the Most Effective Vehicles for Change on HBCU Campuses

A brief recollection of the history of HBCU protests shows us how these protests came to be and their effectiveness.

December 26, 2021
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Show Me the Money: A Deep-Dive into the Largest Gifts to HBCUs

Reed Hastings and Patty Quillin made an unprecedented gift of $120 million to the United Negro College Fund.

February 3, 2022
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Private HBCUs Should Be Receiving the Majority of Large Private Gifts

Before I get into my explanation, I should let it be known that I am a proud Fort Valley State University alumni and a s

October 21, 2021
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Public HBCUs Were Designed to Constrict Black Education

In this two-part series, we will discuss the history of HBCUs, the differences between Public and Private HBCUs, examine

October 6, 2021
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Public HBCUs Were Designed to Constrict Black Education, Part 2

t should be no surprise that there have been lawsuits against the state government in virtually every state with an HBCU

October 11, 2021
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We Must Establish More Black Medical Schools

It's clear that Black medical schools produce a disproportionate share of Black graduates, why are there only four?

October 11, 2021
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We Have an HBCU Athletic Revolution, Is an Academic Revolution Brewing?

The tide is beginning to shift as it relates to athletics.

October 11, 2021