Education

African American Studies is not just Black history and racism is not a relic of the past.

Kylar Gray, co-editor-in-chief of The Blueprint, writes about relaunching the student paper and what it means for Spelman College.

Standardized tests aren’t that useful at measuring a student’s potential, but there are deeper issues too, involving race and equity. That's why they're becoming archaic.

A Virginia Library is paying Nikole Hannah-Jones more than $35,000 for a speech titled “The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story."

A better understanding of how online racial discrimination affects Black and brown teens’ academic well-being could help reduce the harm.

Bethune-Cookman University students are protesting campus conditions after the failed hire of Ed Reed, who raised awareness of such issues.

Before his dismissal from the head coach position, Ed Reed had tapped some wealthy investors like Shaquille O'Neal to help improve Bethune-Cookman's campus conditions, football hall of famer Edgerrin James said.

Donda Academy continues to be a mystery and many questions surround Ye's top-secret private school.

A reading of a Dr. Seuss book at an elementary school in Ohio ended when a student pointed out the book was, in part, an allegory to racism.

Cleveland's Department of Public Safety is turning to HBCUs to fill positions in law enforcement to help police Black communities. Societal factors suggest this isn't an easy fix for police departments.

Desperate to uphold white fragility, Gov. Ron DeSantis is asking Florida universities to report info about critical race theory and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

During a recent interview, Blackburn claimed a couple from NYC left the city because of woke Kindergartens.