Category : Education

by Staff - 2 months ago

Rip To Educator: David G. Carter, 1942-2018

David G. Carter, former chancellor of the Connecticut State College System and former president of Japanese Connecticut State College, died on March 17 in Arizona. He was 75 years previous and had suffered from most cancers.A local of Dayton, Ohio, D...

by Staff - 2 months ago

The Rosa Park Home Display Was Cancelled By Brown University

Brown College had deliberate to host an exhibit that included the reconstruction of a small residence the place Rosa Parks had stayed in Detroit after leaving Alabama to flee the backlash she encountered for her civil rights actions in Alabama.In Feb...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Clara Luper Receives Major Honor From Oklahoma University

The University of Oklahoma has introduced that it's recognizing educator and civil rights chief Clara Luper by naming the division of African and African American research in her honor.Often known as the “Mom of the Oklahoma Civil Rights Motion,” Lup...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Fannone Jeffers Earns the 2018 Harper Lee Award

Fanonne Jeffers, a tenured full professor of artistic writing on the College of Oklahoma, is the winner of the 2018 Harper Lee Award from the Alabama Writers’ Discussion board. The award is known as after the writer of the basic novel To Kill a Mocki...

by Staff - 2 months ago

RIP TO: Arthur J, McAfee Jr., 1929-2018

Arthur J. McAfee Jr., the previous director of athletics at Morehouse School in Atlanta, died on March 7 in Atlanta. He was 88 years previous. Along with his duties as director of athletics, McAfee was additionally the top basketball coach on the sch...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Learning About Air Pollution Close To Black Colleges

A research by the U.S. Environmental Safety Company revealed in February 2018 within the American Journal of Public Well being discovered that African-People have a 54 % greater well being burden than the general inhabitants, instantly brought on, pa...