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WASHINGTON (AP) — As a Black student who was raised by a single mother, Makia Green believes she benefited from a program that gave preference to students of color from economically disadvantaged backgrounds when she was admitted over a decade ago to the University of Rochester. As a borrower who still owes just over $20,000 […]

WASHINGTON (AP) — As a Black student who was raised by a single mother, Makia Green believes she benefited from a program that gave preference to students of color from economically disadvantaged backgrounds when she was admitted over a decade ago to the University of Rochester. As a borrower who still owes just over $20,000 […]

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights announced Monday that Beecher Community Unit School District 200U failed to take reasonable steps to prevent a Black student from being harassed on the basis of race over the course of the 2021-2022 school year. According to a resolution between the OCR and the district, D200U […]

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights announced Monday that Beecher Community Unit School District 200U failed to take reasonable steps to prevent a Black student from being harassed on the basis of race over the course of the 2021-2022 school year. According to a resolution between the OCR and the district, D200U […]

By Nicole Chavez, CNN (CNN) — The Texas House passed a bill Monday aimed at banning diversity, equity and inclusion offices in public colleges and universities, a move that Black leaders say will halt progress and stifle future research funding. The legislation passed in an 83-62 vote and now heads back to the state Senate […]

By Nicole Chavez, CNN (CNN) — The Texas House passed a bill Monday aimed at banning diversity, equity and inclusion offices in public colleges and universities, a move that Black leaders say will halt progress and stifle future research funding. The legislation passed in an 83-62 vote and now heads back to the state Senate […]

Author and professor Kellie Carter Jackson joins us for our monthly history and culture conversation called “Yes, And.” Her colleague, Kerri Greenidge, author and assistant professor in the department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora at Tufts University, also joins us. The two will discuss how efforts across the country to edit or censor […]

(BPRW) National Black Teacher Pipeline Coalition Announced at U.S. Department of Education ‘Thank A Black Teacher’ Event During Teacher Appreciation Week Coalition launched at U.S. Department of Education on May 8th to bolster national commitment to rebuilding the Black teacher pipeline – more than 150 educators from across the country attended the in-person event (Black […]

People wait for their ride outside Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago in Chicago, the United States, on Dec. 12, 2022. (Photo by Joel Lerner/Xinhua)

After a seven-hour hearing last Wednesday for controversial legislation to overhaul the college education system in Ohio, the bill sponsor agreed to make some changes and clarifications. From 4 p.m. until 11:30 p.m., hundreds of students and educators testified against Senate Bill 83. This massive college overhaul bill focuses on what Republicans call “free speech,” banning […]


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