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Former Mississippi Valley State President Donna Oliver Named Edward Waters Provost

        Donna Oliver, the first African American woman to lead a public university in Mississippi, was today announced as provost and senior vice president at Edward Waters College. ...

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NASA’s Johnson Center Appoints First Black Deputy Director

NASA’s Johnson Center Appoints First Black Deputy Director ...

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New Book, “Not All Superheroes Wear Capes,” Encourages Black Children To Pursue Careers In Stem

Melanin Origins, LLC announces the publication this summer of Not All Superheroes Wear Capes (available for pre-order on Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com), a children's book designed to teach African American students the opportunities available to them in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers ...

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AFRICAN AMERICAN REGISTERED NURSE/ ENTREPRENEUR CREATES ONLINE NURSING PROGRAM TO HELP MORE STUDENTS PASS THE NCLEX EXAM

Choosing Nursing, an online program that prepares nurses in the U.S. and Canada to sit their NCLEX-PN and NCLEX-RN exams and meet the prerequisites for their nursing license, is currently offering eight paid digital products and courses with strategies to help its students secure passes. ...

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Toyota Establishes the John W. Mack Scholarship Fund Through the National Urban League

Toyota Establishes the John W. Mack Scholarship Fund Through the National Urban League ...

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Yes on 10 Campaign responds to revelations that California NAACP Leader Alice Huffman is hired by campaign opposed to Prop 10 funded by billionaire landlords

Yes on 10 Campaign responds to revelations that California NAACP Leader Alice Huffman is hired by campaign opposed to Prop 10 funded by billionaire landlords ...

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Josephine Baker Documentary Headlines African Diaspora Film Festival in Washington

“Josephine Baker: Black Diva in a White Man’s World,” count among the highlights of the 12th annual African Diaspora International Film Festival which opens on Friday, August 17 at the Marvin Center at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. ...

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New Ethiopian Prime Minister Makes Historic Visit to the U.S.

When the word spread among the hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians scattered across the United States that Dr. Abiy Ahmed, the newly-elected Prime Minister of Ethiopia, would visit Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, Calif., and Minneapolis, Minn., the expatriates prepared to travel to those cities by plane, bus, train or car. ...

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Documentary in Progress Exams Impact of Early Deaths of Black Men

Early death is a phenomenon particular to Black men in America, yet it is missing from most conversations about racial inequality and barriers to creating and sustaining legacy wealth. ...

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NAACP commends Florida State Attorney for indictment of McGlockton killer

The NAACP commends State Attorney Bernie McCabe for charging Michael Drejka with manslaughter in the brutal murder of Markeis McGlockton in Pinellas County Florida. ...

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