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Black Enterprise magazine September/October 2017 issue

Over $50,000 in College Scholarships at Stake in the HBCU Battle of the Brains

Over $50,000 in College Scholarships at Stake in the HBCU Battle of the Brains

The competition is unique in that it combines the traditional case competition with a technological component—requiring students to come up with at least one technology solution to the business case, which students learn once they arrive in Austin.

The competition is unique in that it combines the traditional case competition with a technological component—requiring students to come up with at least one technology solution to the business case, which students learn once they arrive in Austin.

To Improve Your Daughter’s Academic Performance, Foster Her Racial Identity

To Improve Your Daughter’s Academic Performance, Foster Her Racial Identity

Parents of black children bear the greatest responsibility for developing their children’s racial identity. I asked Daniel Tatum how parents can do that for their sons as well as their daughters. She said parents can encourage a positive sense of racial identity early on. 

Parents of black children bear the greatest responsibility for developing their children’s racial identity. I asked Daniel Tatum how parents can do that for their sons as well as their daughters. She said parents can encourage a positive sense of racial identity early on. 

Southern Education Foundation Fights for Educational Equity and Opportunity in the South

Southern Education Foundation Fights for Educational Equity and Opportunity in the South

But SEF itself has been working for more than a century at its mission of advocating equity and excellence to all students in the South; even, at one time, newly freed men and women who’d had little to no schooling. At the time, few whites were educated, so from the beginning SEF’s mission was to serve both constituencies.

But SEF itself has been working for more than a century at its mission of advocating equity and excellence to all students in the South; even, at one time, newly freed men and women who’d had little to no schooling. At the time, few whites were educated, so from the beginning SEF’s mission was to serve both constituencies.

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