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NBA star Kawhi Leonard will donate one million backpacks to underserved children in Southern California.
#BlackExcellence: 11-year-old academic standout Dionn Megginson has started high school.
The Delta Sigma Theta sorority stepped in to help a North Carolina teacher who was facing financial burdens purchase school…
A Tennessee-based barber gives discounts to children who read books while getting their hair cut.
The Princeton University Art Museum has joined forces with the HBCU Alliance of Museums and Art Galleries to create a…
Chicago’s Whitney Young Magnet High School unveiled a new sports complex named after former first lady Michelle Obama.
A group of Black dads from Mississippi cheered on students outside of Barack H. Obama Magnet Elementary on the first…
The United Negro College Fund has teamed up with Cengage to provide 1,000 HBCU students with free access to textbooks.
Kalisa Villafana recently became the first Black woman to earn a doctorate in nuclear physics at Florida State University.
Bowie State University is launching a center that will focus on empowering and supporting Black male teachers and students.
Over 100 homeless students in New York City graduated from high school and are college-bound.
The Black-owned app Choose Your Reader allows individuals to create and voice record stories for their children.
Olympic gold medalist Natasha Watley is hosting a summer program for Los Angeles youth.
Pharrell Williams has vowed to provide 114 Harlem high school graduates with internships.
Kenesha Starling has become the first Black editor-in-chief of the South Texas Law Review.
A Black educator who teaches students who live in underserved communities gave them haircuts before their graduation ceremony.
A Black-owned barbershop in North Carolina raised money to help high school seniors pay off their debt so they would…
#BlackGirlMagic: Chicago twins were named co-valedictorians of their high school.
For the ninth year in a row, a Detroit school for underserved youth had a 100 percent college acceptance rate.
Maryland native Kahlil Greene has made history by becoming Yale University’s first Black student president.
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