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A. Peter Bailey Visits Howard to Speak to Young Media Students
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A. Peter Bailey Visits Howard to Speak to Young Media Students

By: Rebecca Johnson, Campus Reporter (@the_rebeccaJ)   About a week before the 53-year anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X, one of his closest friends, A. Peter Bailey, visited a class at Howard University to talk about his experiences in the Black press, more specifically his knowledge of Black magazines. “So often we only read…

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Black Panther Director Speaks About African Identity At Screening

By: Victoria Jonas, Howard University News Service Black Panther director, Ryan Coogler shared how creating the film helped him to discover aspects of his identity that he was previously unaware of. Coogler was part of a panel discussion this past Sunday at a special screening of the movie at the Smithsonian National Air and Space…

Why You Must Read Morgan Jerkins’ Experiences in Black Womanhood or The New Book That Should Be on Every Howard Student’s Shelf
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Why You Must Read Morgan Jerkins’ Experiences in Black Womanhood or The New Book That Should Be on Every Howard Student’s Shelf

By: Monica Joseph, Life+Style Reporter (@monicaj217)   “I read so much about white women’s inferiorities, and I wanted someone to read about mine,” Morgan Jerkins said at the Howard University Barnes and Noble Monday, Feb. 5. Jerkins was discussing her new collection of personal essays, This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of…

Q&A with HU Alum and #Forbes30Under30: Jenelle Coy
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Q&A with HU Alum and #Forbes30Under30: Jenelle Coy

By: Jazmin Goodwin, Editor-In-Chief (@TheLyricalJAZ) Howard University alum, Jenelle Coy struck “gold” earlier in the year, landing a spot on the infamous “Forbes 30 Under 30” list for Marketing and Advertising. The marketing savvy founder of Coy+, a Washington, D.C. based agency that helps marketers with digital strategy, creative development and event management has gone…

Trump Speech Signals More Disappointment for African Americans
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Trump Speech Signals More Disappointment for African Americans

By: Maya King, HU News Service (@mayaaliah) Even before President Trump made it to the podium to deliver his first State of the Union address, African-American legislators signaled that they held little hope that his message would deliver good news to them or their constituencies. Some, like Democratic Congressmen John Lewis (D-Ga.) and Maxine Waters…

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