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My Statesman: Residents invited to share stories of discrimination to begin change

My Statesman: Residents invited to share stories of discrimination to begin change. “In a project designed to use storytelling to heal the effects of racial discord, the Truth and Reconciliation Oral History Project invites Austin residents of color to share their testimonies of racial discrimination. 39 more words

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Tell Them We Are Rising

I had decided last year to fight the Cheeto flea and his chaos by working on racial injuctice — the lack of Black faces during the women’s march more than a year ago and the idea that white women have left Black women to fend for themselves still haunts me. 1,185 more words


It's A Small State After All

UNC-TV’s Deborah Holt Noel was a guest on WUNC-FM’s The State Of Things with Frank Stasio to talk about the enduring legacy of HBCUs following our recent primetime  11 more words


The Diverse History of HBCUs

The diverse history of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

While Jewish and African American communities have a tumultuous shared history when it comes to the pursuit of civil rights, there is a chapter that is often overlooked. 178 more words

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Stanley Nelson Explores How HBCUS Are ‘Rising’ in New PBS Documentary

On Monday, February 19th, PBS will be premiering the first-feature length on the rise, influence, and evolution of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Tell Them We Are Rising… 725 more words


Filmmaker Stanley Nelson Says HBCU's Are Rising And People Need To Know It

Historically Black Colleges and Universities are among some of the greatest institutions for anyone to receive an amazing education at. The pride that follows after attending one of these schools is great, however the support is little. 244 more words

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