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Thomas Jefferson High School Gets First Black Female Principal 
April 7, 2022
Thomas Jefferson High School is the fourth oldest high in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).  ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Kyndahl Carter
March 24, 2022
For West Los Angeles College runner Kyndahl Carter, competing in track and field and going to school goes hand in hand. ... read more »
First But Not Last: Black Girls See Themselves in Court Pick
March 24, 2022
In 2013, as she watched President Barack Obama's second inauguration, 7-year-old Veronica Bofah decided she wanted to be just like him. ... read more »
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Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Directs Over $2 Million of Federal Funding to Student Financial Relief
March 17, 2022
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) in South Los Angeles, one of the nation’s four historically Black medical schools and a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, has allocated more than $2 million of Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF) authorized in the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to provide financial relief directly to students, it was announced by David M. Carlisle, president and CEO of CDU. ... read more »
Dorsey Teacher Creates Lessons to Teach Black History
March 17, 2022
In the classroom of Dorsey social studies teacher and assistant football coach Irvin Davis are a series of file cabinets each filled with lessons. The lessons pertain to Black History and they touch upon several topics and figures. ... read more »
Cal Reparations Task Force: Yale Prof. Traces Long History of Racism in Public Health
March 17, 2022
Dr. Carolyn Roberts said the trauma descendants of enslaved Africans suffered during transportation to the United States was only the beginning of a “broken relationship” between African Americans and the United States’ healthcare system. ... read more »
The Impact of COVID-19 on HBCUs and Black Students
March 16, 2022
In March 2020, when college campuses across the country closed and sent students home, many HBCUs continued to house hundreds of students who did not have homes to return to. Groups of students were stuck on campus without the funds to pay for transportation back to their home cities. This challenge was a byproduct of several students losing the jobs they used to help fund their education, along with loss of family income. Many students became both food and housing insecure without the critical resources that HBCUs often provide. ... read more »
Changemaker N’Naserri Carew-Johnson Inspired by her Mother and the Disney Dreamers Academy
March 16, 2022
A double-major in economics at Stanford University and a changemaker, Carew-Johnson has traveled the world helping entrepreneurs and creatives monetize and scale visibility through digital marketing and conversion strategies. ... read more »
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LADWP Commissioners Approve $5 Million Partnership to Work with HBCUs
March 10, 2022
The LADWP Board of Water and Power Commissioners has approved a $5 million agreement with Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE), which allows LADWP to partner with AMIE and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Schools of Engineering. ... read more »
Grants Aim to Save History at Black Colleges, Universities
March 10, 2022
A national nonprofit organization is giving more than $650,000 in grants to help five historically Black colleges and universities to help preserve their campuses. ... read more »
CDU Receives $20 Million Donation from Philanthropist Scott
March 10, 2022
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has made a $20 million donation to Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) in South Los Angeles, one of the nation’s four historically Black medical schools and a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Adam Singh
March 3, 2022
Inglewood senior dual-sport student athlete Adam Singh has a competitive spirit and knows how to find opportunities to better himself. Along with playing point guard on the boys’ basketball team, he runs the 100m and the 200m for the track and field team. ... read more »
Howard gets $2M grant to digitize Black newspaper archive
March 3, 2022
Howard University has received a $2 million donation to digitize a major collection of Black newspaper archives in hopes of making it more broadly available to researchers and the public. ... read more »
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science Introduce over 22 HBCUs to Over 300 LAUSD Students
March 3, 2022
The Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) campus showcased over 22 explore representatives from various historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) on Tuesday, February 15. They invited over 300 Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) students to explore their future. ... read more »
LAUSD Supt. Carvalho Issues 100-Day Plan to Expand High-Quality Academic Opportunities
March 3, 2022
Alberto Carvalho, the newly appointed L.A. Unified superintendent, released his 100-day plan to begin improving aspects of the nation’s largest school district and expand high-quality academic opportunities for students. ... read more »
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