To commence National HBCU Week on Friday, Karine Jean-Pierre, the first Black woman in 30 years to lead the White House press briefing in May, led a virtual press briefing with HBCU student journalists, the first of its kind.
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The United States Tennis Association recently held its first-ever “HBCU Live” event at the U.S. Open in New York City. The theme of the event was to feature Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), giving fans a cultural experience that is unfamiliar to the tennis world.
Since taking office, the Biden-Harris administration has delivered more than $5 billion to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) through COVID-19 emergency relief funding and the discharging of HBCU Capital Financing loans.
By: Dr. Greg E. Carr (@Africanacarr) The death of Linda Brown at 75 last Sunday in Topeka, Kansas reminds us of the Black student…