In the class, students explore how Black social movements have contributed to empowerment within the African-American community.
The new legislation will allow civil rights cold cases that happened prior to 1970 to be reopened.
A 77-year-old Atlanta attorney earns his 8th college degree. He plans to use his masters in religion to work in prison ministries.
Emory University has announced that a black woman will become the next dean of its Goizueta Business School, making history among top business school programs. Erika Hayes James, a former senior associate dean for executive education at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia, will assume her new role in mid July. […]
Dr. Gregory Ellison’s (pictured), a 36-year-old assistant professor of theology at Emory University, efforts to engage and enlighten young Black men are noteworthy considering the herculean task ahead of him: Dr. Ellison has launched a new program entitled the “Fearless Dialogues Community Empowerment Tour,” which looks to work with youth leaders in the African-American community […]
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