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This HBCU Baller May Have Dropped The Dunk Of The Century

Insane.

Dunk of the year candidate from DII Clark Atlanta. (via @HBCUGameday) pic.twitter.com/awlNdMSEH1

— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) January 4, 2017

Pack it up. Everybody go home.

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New UNCF Grant Program Funded by Lilly Endowment Helps Black College Graduates Prepare for Careers

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The United Negro College Fund’s Career Pathways Initiative has announced that 24 historically Black or predominantly Black colleges and universities will receive five-year grants totaling $35.3 million to better prepare their students for careers after college. 157 more words

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Grambling Wins Celebration Bowl In Dramatic Fashion

Grambling State is back on top of the Black College Football heap following a hard-fought 10-9 victory over North Carolina Central in the Celebration Bowl Saturday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. 464 more words

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Life After HBCUs: Al Roker Talks Aspire Series 'The Graduates NYC'

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Al Roker Entertainment produces, “The Graduates NYC,” following the lives of six HBCU graduates living in New York City.

The Today Show host talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about the series and if the show will be back for a second season. 93 more words

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HBCUs Morehouse, Spelman and Clark Atlanta Receive Millions in Grants from Lilly Endowment

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Spelman College, Morehouse College and Clark Atlanta University are among the colleges and universities receiving grants as part of the Lilly Endowment… 41 more words

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HBCU Football Week 14: Grambling Takes The SWAC Crown In Nail-Biter

Grambling State enjoyed a drama-free run to Saturday’s SWAC Championship game rematch with Alcorn State.

The G-Men, ranked No. 1 among HBCUs and No. 14 in the FCS, didn’t need any last-second or late-game heroics during the regular season. 705 more words

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Degrees of Separation: Twice As Hard for Half As Much

This episode of the Tangled Roots Podcast features guest Dr. Zakiya Muwwakkil, and we are diving into the territory of racial disparity in unemployment in the U.S. 309 more words

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