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    Will Maryland HBCUs Receive Justice This Legislative Session?

    While Maryland HBCU Coalition plaintiffs are in formal settlement negotiations with the state, the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland (LBCM), is following through on a promise made at the start of the 2018 session...

    Maryland HBCU Students, Alumni Demand Billions in Damages

    “A billion is not enough,” said Senator Joan Carter Conway (D) District 43 at HBCU Night, a convening of legislators and students, presidents and alumni of Maryland’s four Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Approximately...

    HBCU settlement pending, but lawmakers say it’s not enough

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Historically Black colleges and universities in Maryland would receive up to $56.9 million annually under legislation, sponsors say, that would restore years of underfunding and program duplication by the state...

    HBCU Contributions Highlighted in New Documentary

    NEW YORK (AP) — Filmmaker Stanley Nelson knew he wanted to tell a story about the nation's historically black colleges and universities — not just about individual HBCUs, many of which have their own...

    Local HBCU Students Earn ROTC Scholarships

    By the time she completed elementary school, Jasmine Jones could pack clothing military style. Her father, a career U.S. Navy man, provided the tutelage. Now, 10 years later, Jones is getting an assist from the...

    Bowie State QB Earns Nation’s Top HBCU Football Honors

    For someone reluctant to embrace the spotlight and the history that he’s making with each passing game, Bowie State quarterback Amir Hall continues to solidify his place as the greatest football player in school...

    Gov. Hogan’s $100M Offer to HBCU’s `A Slap in the Face’

    Governor Larry Hogan’s recent letter to Legislative Black Caucus Chair, Del. Cheryl Glenn (D-45), offering to settle the 12-year long Maryland HBCU Equity lawsuit evoked strong reactions from HBCU advocates and Maryland lawmakers this...

    Hogan’s $100M Offer to HBCU’s Described as an “Insincere Gesture”, “Slap-in the Face”, “Peanuts”

    In a letter addressed to the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland Chairwoman Cheryl Glenn this week, Gov. Larry Hogan signaled a willingness to resolve the decade-long Maryland HBCU Equity lawsuit. Hogan offered Maryland’s HBCU’s...

    Following Court Ruling, Md. Lawmakers Again Introduce HBCU Support Bill

    As she has each year for the past decade, Maryland State Sen. Joan Carter Conway (D-Dist. 43) testified before her colleagues in support of a bill to promote equality between the state’s HBCUs, and...

    #BlackCollegesMatter: Allies of Maryland’s HBCUs Need To #StayWoke

    Earlier this month, Maryland’s Attorney General asked federal judge Catherine C. Blake to immediately stop the process of appointing a federal monitor who could bring long awaited equity and justice to Maryland’s four Historically...

    HBCU Supporters Outline 2018 Plans

    Students, alumni and supporters of Maryland’s four Historically Black Colleges and Universities ( HBCU’s) are taking their battle to stop the decades of discrimination against them by Maryland,  to the Maryland General Assembly and...

    After HBCU Equity Lawsuit Decision, HBCUs Plan Path Forward

    Representatives of Maryland’s historically Black college and universities recently met with alumni plaintiffs in a decade-old lawsuit challenging inequality in the state’s higher education system (HBCU Equity Lawsuit)—a suit which recently ended with a...

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