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Harlem native Shabaya Clark is using his nonprofit Drama Free! to empower at-risk youth through the arts.
Bowie State University opened a free on-campus pantry to combat food insecurity among its students.
Howard University received a $42,000 grant to focus on sickle cell disease education and outreach.
The entire inaugural graduating class at LeBron James’ I Promise School will receive full-ride scholarships to Kent State University.
NBA player Bradley Beal hosted a Howard University tour for 50 high school students.
Statistics show that Black folks are among the most giving people in the country, and have been for a long…
Rapper Ludacris donated $75,000 worth of musical instruments to a high school in Miami.
Talladega College opened a new museum that will house Amistad paintings worth $50 million.
The National Alumnae Association of Spelman College’s Los Angeles chapter will honor 15-year-old actress and producer Marsai Martin.
Harlem-bred designer and stylist Ashlee Muhammad is using fashion as an avenue to benefit public elementary schools.
A new book highlights the historic 1969 sit-in at Swarthmore College.
A Delaware principal created a makeshift barbershop within his school to provide free haircuts for students.
17-year-old New Jersey native Essynce Moore is the first Black teen author to have three of her books incorporated into…
17-year-old Carson Huey-You made history by becoming the youngest person to earn a master’s degree at Texas Christian University.
Howard University has received a $4 million donation to fund its STEM education initiatives.
80-year-old Donzella Washington made history by becoming the oldest person to graduate from Alabama A&M University.
Lil Nas X has teamed up with the Black-founded scholarship app Scholly to create $30,000 worth of scholarships.
A Philadelphia nonprofit received a $300K grant from NBA player Tobias Harris to increase the representation of Black teachers.
14-year-old Sydney Wilson, one of the youngest students to be accepted into Spelman College, made the Dean’s list.
5 ways for schools and families to work together.