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On Tuskegee | Amelia Boynton Robinson, Tuskegee University '27

Tuskegee is my heart. Nothing is as dear to me as Tuskegee.

Amelia Boynton Robinson (1911-2015) Educator and Civil Rights Activist

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Thoughts I Have Going Into Senior Year of College.

So Today is my first day of classes going into my last year at Hampton University. I am so overwhelmed with thoughts of everything because being a senior in college (about to graduate) is a huge deal! 451 more words

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LinYang Gentleman Funniest Hbcu Marching Band Logos Tshirt Across

For this abdomen resistance band exercise, you may want to sit down on a flat surface, preferably the floor. Use a mat or towel for cushioning to ease possible strain on your tail bone. 328 more words

Katrina, Reclaiming a Part of Me | Joshua L. Lazard, [Dillard +] Fisk '06

by Joshua L. Lazard

I got home the day before Labor Day 2005 and called around to schools across the nation. And I realized I wanted to go back to an HBCU, I seriously didn’t even call any white schools. 1,300 more words

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Ambassador to the White House

Friday August 14, 2015 at approximately 2:30pm, my life changed.

…Okay, okay maybe that’s a bit too dramatic, but you cannot imagine the joy I felt when these words landed in my inbox: 573 more words

Social Justice

HBCUstory Symposium to feature Inaugural Presidents Roundtable at Fisk

Presidents to share perspectives, discuss contemporary issues

NASHVILLE, TN.—Wednesday, August 26, 2015 — Nashville-based advocacy initiative HBCUstory Inc. will introduce an inaugural HBCU Presidents Roundtable… 683 more words

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Hello world!

This blog is more like a journal, our journal, the journal for each and every college kid struggling in their freshman year, but never fret I’m here (a fellow freshman) to help. 182 more words