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On Teaching Christopher Columbus

I came into the world of education as a teacher seven years ago. I taught social studies; primarily U.S. and world history. I taught in Camden, New Jersey. 758 more words

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What To Know About The Black Teacher In Your Building

Months ago, the Education Trust released a report titled Through Our Eyes which detailed the experiences and feelings of Black teachers in American public schools. The revelations that Black teachers made in the report echoes many of the thoughts and feelings that I experienced while in the classroom. 937 more words


The Racist History of My Alma Mater

Founders Week has always been the most important date on Moody Bible Institute’s calendar. It’s a celebration of the institution and its history and a time for alumni reunions. 694 more words


Lipscomb President Under Fire For Serving 'Black Meals' With Cotton Centerpieces To Students

Stereotypical “black meals” were served on tables featuring cotton-stalk centerpieces to African-American college students during a recent event hosted by a Tennessee university administrator, provoking outrage, the… 654 more words


Poet and broadcaster Lemn Sissay launches university scheme to boost number of black males in legal sector

POET AND broadcaster Lemn Sissay, the Chancellor of The University of Manchester, is launching a new university bursary designed to increase the number of black males embarking on careers in law and the criminal justice sector. 433 more words

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Black Students Make Gains in Eligibility for California State Universities

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A new report by Research Triangle International finds that Black high schools students have made tremendous progress in qualifying for admissions to the… 279 more words