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6 July 2020
Students at colleges across the U.S. are taking to social media to confront racism and biases at their campuses. Over 40 "Black at" Instagram accounts were launched in June on which students share their personal stori...
1 December 2018
Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
For the past ten years, the Seita Scholars Program has provided financial, academic, social, and emotional support to students at Western Michigan State University who have spent time in foster care. Each student is a...
26 July 2018
Dallas, Texas, United States
Dallas' Paul Quinn College is changing the dated perception of work colleges. At the first urban and historically black work college, students are graded on both academic and workforce performance. In the next few yea...
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