Tag: historicallyblackcollegesanduniversities

First USC Majorette Team Performs On “The Jennifer Hudson Show” Following Viral Video

First USC Majorette Team Performs On “The Jennifer Hudson Show” Following Viral Video Advertisement Lang’s announcement, however, also divided the internet, with reactions ranging from unwavering support to the notion that majorette teams belong exclusively to HBCUs. She told Annenberg Media about how the dance group has a right to be at any school they […]

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Black Twitter Debates HBCUs vs Predominately White Institutions

Black Twitter Argues About Black Culture at PWIs vs HBCUs This one harmless tweet stemmed a trending debate on Black culture at PWIs versus at HBCUs. A plethora of Twitter fingers gave their thoughts. Advertisement In one corner, we had people argue for HBCUs, saying that if you wanted to create a space where your […]

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Water Crisis In Jackson, Mississippi Forces Deion Sanders and JSU Football Camp To Evacuate

Water Crisis In Jackson, Mississippi Forces Deion Sanders and JSU Football Camp To Evacuate “Right now, we’re operating in crisis mode,” Sanders said in an Instagram post on Tuesday. “We’re hit with a little crisis, the city of Jackson. We don’t have water. Water means we don’t have air conditioning. We can’t use toilets…I gotta […]

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Former NFL Coach Mike Zimmer Joins Deion Sanders’ Coaching Staff at Jackson State University

Former NFL Coach Mike Zimmer Joins Deion Sanders Coaching Staff EXCLUSIVE BREAKING – Mike Zimmer Visits Coach Prime – And It May Not Be His Last Visit To JSUDeion’s relationship with Zimmer goes back nearly a quarter-century. As an assistant with the Dallas Cowboys in the 1990s, Zimmer coached Sanders and helped the team win […]

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Unique Program Encourages Black Students to Become Animators

Unique Program Encourages Black Students to Become Animators The Armstrong Project is a partnership between Peanuts Worldwide and Native Tongue Communications designed to support Black college students majoring in animation, arts, communication or entertainment. The project will choose one student at well-known HBCUs Hampton and Howard University to receive a $10,000 scholarship. Students will also […]

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Alabama Girl Becomes Youngest Black Med Student in US History

“I graduated High school LAST YEAR at 12 years old and here I am one year later. I’ve been accepted into Med School at 13. I’m a junior in college. Statistics would have said I never would have made it. A little Black girl adopted from Fontana California. I’ve worked so hard to reach my […]

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