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    HBCU Experience: The Impact of Seasoned Faculty

    This article was written by a cohort from Morgan State University’s Urban Ed. Leadership doctoral program. I was born and raised in New York...and learned early on how it felt to have a "double consciousness"--...

    AFRO Photographs on Display At BSU

    By Mark F. Gray AFRO Staff Writer [email protected] Bowie State kicked off the celebration of Black History Month by launching an exhibition of photographs from the AFRO chronicling the local civil rights movement through the lens of former...

    ‘400 Years Later…’Free-ish’

    By Kai McDaniels Special tp the AFRO The HBCU Storytellers Project is a unique culmination of social justice activism and meaningful cinematic arts. With funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and The Nate Parker Foundation Inc....

    Former Local HBCU Stars Lead Defenders To First XFL Win

    By Mark F. Gray AFRO Staff Writer [email protected] In a town used to inauguration days, the dawn of a new beginning for professional football’s attempt at a spring league kicked off at Audi Field.  Unlike the predecessors...

    Hundreds Come for Healing Conference at Morgan State University

    By Jasmine Johnson Special to the AFRO Excitement and anticipation filled the ballroom at Morgan State University as over 300 students from across the city attended the Feb. 7 Healing Baltimore Conference. Healing City Baltimore and...

    AFRO, MSU Groom Future Leaders

    By Morgan State University  Seven students in Morgan’s Department of Strategic Communication (SCOM) will play in the big leagues this academic semester as multimedia communicators with The Baltimore AFRO-American newspaper.  “AFRO” publisher Frances Murphy Draper announced...

    BSU Honors Bryant at Home Games

    By Mark F. Gray Staff Writer [email protected] Normally the basketball court is a therapeutic sanctuary for players and coaches alike.  However, four days after the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven others in...

    Legislation Calls for $580M HBCU Settlement over 10 Years

    By The Associated Press A long-running lawsuit over program disparities between four historically black colleges and traditionally white ones would be settled for $580 million over 10 years, under legislation introduced Feb. 6 by Maryland's...

    Alabama College Opens Home for Amistad Slave Ship Murals

    By JAY REEVES Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) —  A historically Black college in Alabama is unveiling a new home for murals that depict a famous revolt by African captives aboard a slave-trading ship more...

    The Morgan State University Women present ‘Arrive-Survive-Thrive’

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  CONTACT: CONTACT: Dr. Flossie Windley, 410-655-2025 By AFRO Staff  The Morgan State University Women present a Black History Month program on Feb. 9 at 11 a.m. in the MSU Memorial Chapel. Rev. Dr. Bernard...

    BSU Splits Two Games At Lincoln

    By Mark F. Gray AFRO Staff Writer [email protected] The northern most rivals in the CIAA met at Lincoln University as Bowie State’s men and women split a pair of games in Oxford, Pennsylvania.  The Bulldogs men were...

    Bison Remain Winless in MEAC After Loss To FAMU

    By Mark F. Gray AFRO Staff Writer [email protected] Through the first half of their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference schedule, the Howard Bison men’s basketball team has mastered the art of beating themselves.  It’s something that continues to frustrate...

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