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graduate

This Student Took 15 Years to Graduate and Learned Something Big

You can learn a valuable lesson from this student

Persisting to graduation isn’t always easy. Many students lack maturity and self-discipline, and sometimes school…

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Give Something Back Foundation

Give Something Back Foundation Supports Students In Need

Provides full scholarships and mentoring

The organization partners with 17 universities or trade schools in five states. Scholars must attend…

By Robin White Goode

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student loans

Black History: The African American Woman Behind Pell Grants

Lois Dickson Rice made college possible for needy students

It was at the College Board that Rice promoted and helped to develop the Pell…

By Robin White Goode

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Equipping Our Kids — The STOP Shows How to Interact with Police

This social-emotional curriculum empowers students in Chicago Public schools

That sentence alone needs to give us pause. Bryant doesn’t look suspicious. He’s rather a…

By Robin White Goode

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art collecting

Fine Artist Cheryl R. Riley on the Art of Art Collecting (Part 1)

Art expert Cheryl R. Riley's extensive body of work includes public and private art, installations, sculptures, decorative art, and residential murals

Fine artist Cheryl R. Riley has a wide-ranging career, spanning more than four decades and…

By Gwendolyn Quinn

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education

Education Is the Way Out of Poverty

We need to respond to children where they are

Instead, schools should offer a varied curriculum which caters to students who have a range…

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DeVos

How Will Betsy DeVos Affect Your Neighborhood Schools?

Probably not as much as you think

For example, when the Department of Education issued guidelines about school discipline, districts responded. They…

By Robin White Goode

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turning away muslims

There’s Nothing Christian About Turning Away Muslims

HBCU president speaks of a ‘sense of justice’

American “Christianity” has become so identified with the American political right that it has really…

By Robin White Goode

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travel ban

Will Trump’s Travel Ban Affect Americans Studying Abroad?

We talk with Beyond the States to find out

Although the Trump administration seems to take a reactionary approach to globalization, the rest of…

By Robin White Goode

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Detroit

This College Student is Ready to Take on Detroit

A Motor City native, Myya D. Jones is poised to lead

The former intern at the U.S. House of Representatives also wants to make sure poor…

By Robin White Goode

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Grandmaster

First Black Chess Grandmaster Makes Big Move

Maurice Ashley joins board of Chess in the Schools

A big part of the excitement was the presence of Maurice Ashley, a Jamaican native…

By Robin White Goode

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ImeIme Umana

Black History Then and Now: ‘The Harvard Law Review’

ImeIme Umana follows in the footsteps of Barack Obama, as the new president of 'The Harvard Law Review'

During Black History Month—and really any time of the year—it’s fascinating to learn about the…

By Robin White Goode

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tomorrow's business leaders

Cultivating Tomorrow’s Business Leaders Today

The National Black MBA Association has mentored more than 8,000 students

“People who have mentors in their lives do better in school and make better life…

By Robin White Goode

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debt-free

You Can Graduate from College Debt-Free

Kevin Y. Brown of Debt-Free College Academy shows you how

One of the first things I noted in speaking with Brown is the vast well…

By Robin White Goode

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education reform

Race and Social Justice in Education Reform

Is it a movement if black and brown people aren’t leading it?

Last week, Rhames sat on the panel Race, Social Justice and Education Reform, one of…

By Robin White Goode

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FAFSA

Don’t Get Suckered Into Paying an ‘Expert’ to Fill Out Your FAFSA Form

The first word in FAFSA is "free," therefore, you do not need to pay anyone to help you it fill out

Is your family paying someone to complete the FAFSA? The first word in FAFSA is…

By Jessica Brown

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National Cares Mentoring Movement

National Cares Mentoring Movement – for the Love of Our Children

Susan L. Taylor’s organization works with children in poverty

And that was just the beginning of a powerful evening—the National Cares Mentoring Movement’s For…

By Robin White Goode

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degree

This Is How To Earn Your Degree Overseas

Organizations like Beyond the States can help you find your way

That’s right. There’s a big world out there. You don’t have to limit yourself to…

By Robin White Goode

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giftedness

Will Your Child’s Giftedness Be Recognized?

Maybe not, if he’s black or brown

Unfortunately, teachers are biased too—one study shows how teachers’ choices and viewpoints often mirror the…

By Robin White Goode

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grants

99 Grants to Fund Your Tech

There are federal grants available to help fund your tech education initiatives. Here are the details

There are almost 100 federal grants available for creating or developing STEM (science, technology, engineering,…

By Samara Lynn

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How To

3 (Non-Creepy) Ways to Follow-up After a Networking Event

If you’ve ever exchanged contact information at a networking event, then waited too long to…

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women in business

How Women in Business Can Help Other Women Break Barriers

Considering women of color are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, BlackEnterprise.com…

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