Meet Harvard Newspaper’s First Ever Black Female President

Guillaume, a junior student who is concentrating on both African-American Studies and History and Literature, has served as one of the paper’s central administration reporters during which she was able to interview two of the university presidents and be a part of the team that covered Harvard’s 2018 presidential search.

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Is There a Racist Running Pershing Middle School?

I’m very vocal about racism. I can’t stomach it. More than anything, I refuse to accept it at the school level. Throughout the US, racism in the public-school system is off the chain. It’s to the point it has basically become a part of the curriculum.

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Trump’s Racism By Omission:

April Ryan, White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks, and other journalists of color have not been favorites of President Donald Trump. From telling Ryan to set up a meeting with the Congressional Black Caucus when she asked if he planned to meet with black members of Congress to calling her a loser, President Trump has displayed his contempt for Ryan.

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Register for the 2019 MLK Parade

Come out and join us as we celebrate 92 years of black excellence at our Annual Awards Gala. Our keynote speaker is Marc Morial, the President and CEO of the National Urban League, the nation’s largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization.

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Can Art Inspire Change?

Did you know that creativity is the only real form of consciousness? Did you know that we spend majority of our time following rules, and completing automatic tasks via ingrained habits?

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Imam Abdulla Dibba is a minister of religion for the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. His duties consist of youth leadership, leading prayers and presenting just to name a few. As a full time, devotee of the community, he serves wherever and in whatever capacity he is needed.

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Adversity is the Instrument for Empowerment

Malcolm X’s quote explains how adversity is the instrument for empowerment. New Millennial African-Americans are using personal adversities to aspire to entrepreneurship. African-Americans have social equality, but they do not have social equity.

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