Pomona College’s Board of Trustees has named G. Gabrielle Starr as the school’s next president, the first time a woman and African American has been appointed to lead the Claremont liberal arts institution. Continue reading Pomona College’s new president will be the first woman and African American to lead the campus
Kudzoo has 500,000 downloads Continue reading Black entrepreneurs develop mobile app that pays students for getting good grades
Fashion has its Pantone chart and Pharrell Williams has Hu — a new fashion project with Adidas Originals that aims to chip away at color barriers by exalting human diversity. Continue reading How Pharrell Williams & Adidas Are Trying to Chip Away Racial Barriers
The 32-year-old plans to lead and give back to a city that has supported her.
Continue reading Former WNBA player Tamara James is now mayor of her hometown
By Roy Betts
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), the founders of Black History Month, convened its 101st Annual Conference in Richmond, VA, Oct. 5-9. Continue reading The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) Wraps Up its 101st Annual Conference
On behalf of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) National President Perry Tarrant, our Executive Board, local chapters, and members, you are invited to attend our annual William R. Bracey Winter CEO Symposium. The symposium is scheduled for February 16-18, 2017, at the Westin Seattle in Seattle, WA. Continue reading NOBLE Announces the 2017 William R. Bracey Winter CEO Symposium!
Wyatt Worthington II doesn’t just want to make birdies, he wants to make history. Continue reading Wyatt Worthington II becomes first African American to win PGA Tournament Series event
Hesha N. Gamble said that as an African-American student pursuing an engineering degree, she was too often told “you can’t.”