Ferguson, HBCUs and the Post-Racialism That Never Was

We need to contribute how we can. We need to support organizers, our foot soldiers. We need to teach our history. Admittedly, this means continued funding of higher education and especially HBCUs, whose unique missions and histories equip us to address racial injustice.

Amid National Racial Strife, HBCUs Are Modeling, Fighting for Diversity

Should we wait for all black people, specifically those with no desire and no ties to black colleges, to have a change of heart on our institutions? Or do we take those students, faculty, staff and donors willing to come into HBCU communities in the way that predominantly white and for-profit schools have seemingly embraced our people as students and employees in increasing number?

Office of Civil Rights Action on FAMU is Glimpse of Hope for National HBCU Advocacy

The wave of discontent against inequality among races is too high, and even with a national change in political ideology, there is not enough sound to drown out people worldwide wanting an immediate end to discrimination within American borders.

Tuskegee Takes Black College Homecoming Attendance Title

HBCU Gameday today reports on the official homecoming attendance numbers from each of the four historically Black college football conferences, and crowns Tuskegee University as the 2014 homecoming champion.