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The HBCU World Series was created to increase the representation of Black athletes in college baseball.
Two Arkansas teens made history by becoming their school district’s first-ever Black female valedictorian and salutatorian.
Brianna Watts has been accepted to 12 schools.
A mother who missed her college graduation to attend her son’s was surprised with her degree at his graduation.
#BlackGirlMagic: 16-year-old Haley Taylor Schlitz has been accepted into nine law schools.
20-year-old Britney Deas has made history by becoming the University of South Florida’s first Black woman student body president.
Kayla White, a track star from North Carolina A&T State University, recently broke a world record.
After graduating from East Mississippi Community College, Brendell Allen will pursue her Bachelor’s degree at Howard University.
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