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It was April 28th when I read a news article from The Burton Wire that Ahmaud Arbery was killed by two white men while jogging in a predominantly white neighborhood. My first reaction to the story was why haven’t the guys been arrested? Why did it take two months for this story to come to […]

  Today, there are 44+ million Black people in America. Black America will lose 7 million jobs due to COVID-19 and another 4.5 million due to automation. Radio One, OHUB, Morehouse College and Momentum Learning have joined forced to discuss these realities and present real definitive, scalable solutions. Watch The New Jobs Forum featuring Actress […]

How to stay focused might be the most important skill successful people must learn while adapting to an ever changing world. With millions of people forced to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, couch time corporate meetings could be fashioned into some sort of normal for many regular hard working Americans. But abruptly […]

According to AJC, A 12 year old boy was shot and killed by his 5 year old brother after the boys found a gun in the woods in Griffin, GA over the weekend. The boy  told police they found the gun in the woods and thought it was a toy. RELATED: Atlanta Teen Girls Shot […]

Now that certain states have opened up their borders and lifted restrictions on non-essential businesses, some folks are going out. But there’s still no cure for the virus and the number of infections are continuing to increase. We know many of you are ready to get out of your house, but before you do we […]

Attending a Historically Black College University can be the best experience that you create it to be. HBCUs are built on a foundation of culture. Listen to the stories of graduates that have amazing reasons why they are proud to be apart of the HBCU Family! It’s important to give back to our HBCUs as we […]

(edit) Edward Waters College Edward Waters College (EWC) is Florida’s oldest independent institution of higher learning as well as the state’s first institution established for the education of African Americans. Founded by Reverend Charles H. Pearce, a presiding elder of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church in 1865.  was sent to Florida to start an […]

Clark Atlanta University Clark Atlanta University was established in 1988 through the consolidation of its two parent institutions, Atlanta University (1865), the nation’s first institution to award graduate degrees to African Americans, and Clark College (1869) the nation’s first four-year liberal arts college to serve a primarily African-American student population. Atlanta University, founded in 1865 […]