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More Latinos Earned Degrees This Past Decade Than Any Time In History

Last month, the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) released a comprehensive data analysis on the state of education across...

Don’t Yuck My Yum: Kids Books That Dismantle Orientalism & Food Shaming

Referring to Asian food as ‘ethnic’ centers whiteness as the normActually – stop calling all of our stuff – particularly us...

80-year old woman graduates from university with impressive 3.69 CGPA

The story of 80-year-old Donzella Washington is proof that dreams do come true with hard work and consistency. On...

67-year-old grandmother to graduate from Texas Tech

LUBBOCK, Texas – 67-year-old San Juanita Valenciano is set to graduate from Texas Tech University on December 13. Valenciano will receive a...

Father and Son’s Financial Literacy Curriculum Teaches Black Youth to Invest in the Stock Market

A financial literacy curriculum designed by a father-son duo is helping students at one high school learn how to invest...

The Future Is Male: Why California Needs More Male Teachers of Color

Darryl McKellar makes teaching look easy. Over 20 years in the classroom, the English teacher has mastered some of...

Columbia will give full scholarships to refugees and other displaced students

When Warda Sahtout was helping children in Syria during that country’s civil war, she asked them to draw their...

Renowned African American author and artist is honored with a new archive at Penn

The artist and author Ashley Bryan, 96, rose from his chair, slowly, and looked out at a few...

Nas Partners To Promote Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s $10 Million HBCU Scholarship Program

Y’all know we love artists who give back!Hip Hop legend Nasir “Nas” Jones has partnered with Hennessy and the Thurgood Marshall...

5-Year-Old Drummer Gets Full Band Scholarship To College When He Graduates in 2032

5-year-old Jeremiah Travis just received a full band scholarship to Alcorn State University, when he graduates from high school in...13 ...

She’s Bringing Financial Literacy to Those Who Need It Most

Chloe McKenzie crouches on the floor, a gaggle of children sitting criss-cross applesauce around her.“What do you do with an apple seed?”“Water...

Student Leader Wanjiku (Wawa) Gatheru Named UConn’s First Rhodes Scholar

Wanjiku (Wawa) Gatheru, a highly accomplished student leader whose academic achievements have garnered national recognition, has been selected as...
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is upon us. Today marks the day we celebrate his life and his teachings. A leader who fought for racial...

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