HBCUs Should Be Closely Watching the Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Saga

Short of Christine Blasey Ford delivering irrefutable proof in a few days…

HBCU Digest Radio – Maryland State Delegate Charles Sydnor III

Maryland State Delegate Charles E. Sydnor III discusses his HB 1062, which…

Maryland HBCU Advocates Outline Legislative Agenda

Supporters of Maryland’s four historically black colleges plan intense voter outreach and…

Defeating Separate But Equal Treatment of Maryland HBCUs Requires Action at the Ballot Box

Democratic swings in Virginia and Alabama show that the nation is ready…

UMES Shows Why White Student Recruitment Matters to all HBCUs

A few weeks ago, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore held graduation…

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…

Maryland Gives Us All We Need to Know About Democratic Opposition to HBCUs

Students from Maryland’s four public historically black colleges and universities continued their…

Maryland HBCU Faculty Plan Rally at State Capitol

Faculty members from Maryland’s four historically black colleges and universities will hold…

Judge Denies UB-Morgan State Merger Proposal

A U.S. District Court judge rejected Tuesday a proposal to merge the University of Baltimore into Morgan State University, calling it “extreme.”

Maryland HBCU Presidents Reject State’s ‘Separate But Equal’ Remedy Proposal

In an editorial published by the Baltimore Sun yesterday, three of Maryland’s four historically black college presidents rejected a proposal from the University of Maryland System to remedy its decades-long maintenance of a ‘separate but equal’ system of higher education for black and white students.