Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles is currently the subject of a federal investigation, due to the way Black women are treated at the hospital when giving birth! As the conversation and focus on Black maternal mortality rates continues to skyrocket, we are exploring the prevalent issue with our upcoming film, #AMothersIntuition airing Sunday, July 23rd, at 9P/8C.
The federal student loan forgiveness program proposed by President Joe Biden was tossed out by the Supreme Court on Friday, June 30th, depriving millions of Americans of the opportunity to have up to $20,000 of their debt canceled. With majority conservative justices, the decision was expected by experts. However it’s another big setback in higher […]
In yet another significant ruling, SCOTUS ruled that universities can no longer consider race in their admissions processes. The decision is expected to have a lasting impact on countless students. Drop your thoughts in the comments! 🔗 Link in bio to read more.
Yusef Salaam defines himself as an activist, but now he's stepping into politics. Congratulations, Dr. Yusef Salaam!
Happy Juneteenth! As we approach the third year of sacred day being recognized as a federal holiday, we explore what Juneteenth means to us, while honoring our ancestors. See how you can celebrate by clicking the link below.
Photo by: LWA/Getty Images In order to see true change, it takes a true team effort. April 11 to April 17, is Black Maternal Health Week, where the nation focuses on the injustices of Black mothers and their children face when it comes to their health compared to their counterparts. Created by the Black Mamas […]
Photo by: TSU Cheerleaders Congratulations to the 2023 National Cheerleaders Association Cheer Spirit Rally Division I Champions! The Texas Southern University cheerleaders took home the Division I title of the 2023 National Cheerleaders Association Cheer Spirit Rally on April 6th. “When I first came to TSU, I told the team we’re going to Nationals,” Shontrese […]
Stacey Abrams is the latest faculty member to join Howard University as the first Chair of Race and Black Politics.