Judicial Juxtaposition<br />

Judicial Juxtaposition

by #teamEBONY

Bold headlines dominated the globe this year after the U.S. Supreme Court decided health care should remain affordable for all people and, in a separate… Read More

Why Schools Need More Teachers of Color—for White Students

Why Black Teachers Matter

by The Atlantic

In public schools, where roughly 90 percent of the country’s children are enrolled, the lessons students learn are often skewed… Read More

Teacher Apple Classroom

Seeing Race Isn't 'Racist,' It's Reality

by Marilyn Rhames

It’s 8 a.m. I reach for my cell phone to turn off the alarm, and I notice an email from an unfamiliar name. Turns out, it’s… Read More

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Affordable Higher Education Bill to Make College a Reality for More Americans

by Daniel Kerry

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA) and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne… Read More

Black People Are Feared,<br />
Black Teachers Are Threats

Black People Are Feared,
Black Teachers Are Threats

by Dr. Andre Perry

Black members of Teach For America (TFA) know the real reasons conservatives and progressives alike attack them. Black folk aren’t… Read More

Brown v Board of Education

61 Years After Brown v. Board,
Segregation Continues

by Janel George

Although it has been 61 years since the U.S. Supreme Court invalidated legally-sanctioned racial apartheid in America’s public… Read More

Morehouse Colleges Turns To Indiegogo For Fundraising Campaign

Morehouse College Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

by Donovan X. Ramsey

Morehouse College, the nation’s only historically Black, all-male institution of higher education, has taken an innovative… Read More

Rethinking Punitive School Discipline

Rethinking Punitive School Discipline

by Brooke Wilson and Cynthia Boateng

Mistakes are as common as they are guaranteed. No matter who you are, and regardless of your particular walk in life, you are bound… Read More

Atlanta Public School Arrests Atlanta Public Schools employees were found guilty of cheating

Atlanta Cheating Scandal Punishes the Wrong Culprits

by R. L'Heureux Lewis-McCoy, PhD

As news that 11 educators from Atlanta Public Schools were convicted of racketeering charges made national headlines last week, cheers… Read More

Spelman College President Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell

Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell Elected President of Spelman College

by #teamEBONY

The Spelman College Board of Trustees has unanimously and enthusiastically elected Dr. Mary Schmidt Campbell as the 10th president… Read More

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