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Morgan State University's Magnificent Marching Machine was one of 11 bands in the parade.
In the early part of 2015, Schiot came across a photo of Koger sporting an Afro and added it to her social media collection
The third verse of the Star Spangled Banner, which curses escaped slaves to the grave for joining with the British, is going from obscure to infamous, thanks in part to Jon Schwarz's article on The Intercept about Colin Kaepernick and his refusal to stand for the national anthem.
Williams, her sister, Venus, and several touring professional tennis players of color are standing on the shoulders of giants. Many of those giants call HBCUs and MSIs their home. Here's a list of some of those that have and continue to impact the world of tennis.
Sport has always been a part of Jamal Khalil Atkins' life. The second son of Albert William Atkins and Jeannette Sykes Atkins, Jamal's parents incorporated a philosophy of life that exalted and combined a high respect of body, will and mind.
We look forward to working with Morgan State, Howard, and other HBCUs across America to save the cherished places that define their past, while crafting a more inclusive foundation for the future.
Morgan State University recently announced a $5 million gift from retired UPS senior executive Calvin Tyler and his wife
Given its potential for the creative and economic future of Baltimore, Open Works is an ideal canvas for the young faces
Increased Alumni Giving at Public Historically Black Colleges and Universities: The Case of Morgan State University
I wanted to dig a bit deeper and find out what Morgan did to have such an impressive alumni giving increase. Here is what I found.
It's that time of year again - time to look back at the accomplishments of HBCUs. We present those that we think will have the most lasting impact on Black colleges, the students that they serve, as well as the surrounding communities.