Black pastors vs. COVID-19

For decades, the Black Baptist church has been leading the Black communities when it came to matters of race, community issues and - yes - politics. But this time around, there was more silence than support for candidates in the 2020 election season. What made Black Baptist preachers ease their endorsements, lowering the boom of voices they began establishing in America more than 200 years ago?

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‘Corona’ is not the holiday gift you want!

If there was ever more of a need to stress the importance of hunkering down this winter, it is now, because Texas has become the first state to surpass a million Coronavirus cases in the United States last week, as the country battled a third wave of new infections and recorded over 100,000 infections three times in less than a week.

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The True Patriots: Black Women

Beyond a shadow of doubt, Black women hold high the blood stained banner of social democracy, and equal justice for all Americans. Moreover, when Lady Liberty’s Light fades, Black women rekindle the light through their hard work, and Godly votes for a more just society for all regardless of race, color or creed.

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The HBCU Dream Team

Former California Senator and Howard University graduate Kamala Harris will soon be back in Washington DC, a stone's throw from her alma mater, as she reports to work at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as the Vice President of the United States of America.

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“Be His Legacy” George Floyd internship at Texas A&M

The George Floyd Memorial Foundation, founded by the family of George Floyd, and the Texas A&M University-Commerce African American Male Mentorship Program (AAMMP) have partnered to create the “Be His Legacy” internship program. Scheduled to launch in January 2021, this two-semester, groundbreaking initiative will provide hands-on equity experience to AAMMP students through community outreach and targeted educational programs. 

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Mother of Ruby Bridges dies at 86

One of the most historic mothers of the Civil Rights Movement, Lucille Bridges, has died at the age of 86, just a few short days after a photo of her daughter, Ruby Bridges, went viral once again.

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