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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


"ROSENWALD" Film Review:

What can one person accomplish in a their lifetime, that can impact generations ? Change a country and the world? It can start with one person, Julius “JR” Rosenwald was one of those rare men. 652 more words

Film & Entertainment Reviews

Moore returns to Heritage Lecture Series to speak on legacy of Booker T. Washington

He died 100 years ago, in 1915.

“It might be a good year to revisit the life of Booker T. Washington,” said Gary Moore, North Carolina State University professor of agriculture education. 346 more words


Anatomy Of THE Groove for 6/19/2015: "Heroes" by The Commodores

By the time 1980 rolled around? The new decade found The Commodores as basically Motown’s premiere band. One capable of delivering on the hardest funk and the most delicately crafted,down home country soul ballads. 466 more words


Baltimore is More than a Little Revealing

Baltimore’s and Ferguson’s troubles stand in sharp contrast to the riots of the 1960s. These are much more about class than race. To be sure,there is a racial overlay. 520 more words

IfYouBlinked Women Crush|Dear Graduates...

It’s that time of year again, guys. Our compilation of the four best commencement speeches of 2015. But (plot twist!!) it’s a no boys allowed  theme this year because a) women rule the world and b) it’s women crush wednesday. 251 more words


On Humanity | Ralph Waldo Ellison, Tuskegee University

Life is to be lived, not controlled, and humanity is won by continuing to play in the face of certain defeat.

Ralph Ellison (1914-1994), Novelist, Scholar + Writer