Smoking Rates No Longer Falling Among Young Blacks

April 18, 2016 Staff 0 Smoking rates among young black folks, once showing promising declines, have stalled. Researchers place the blame for this lack of forward progress squarely on the aggressive marketing efforts done by the tobacco industry. Before […]

This School is the Whitest HBCU in America

April 18, 2016 Staff 0

by April Taylor (NPR) It seems like a common sense conclusion to assume that the student bodies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) mainly consist of African American students. However there are some HBCU’s […]

Rachel Dolezal Pens Book On Racial Identity

April 15, 2016 Staff 0

Rachel Dolezal‘s story isn’t over yet. The former head of the NAACP’s Spokane, Washington chapter is reportedly writing a book about racial identity. Obviously, Dolezal isn’t a go-to expert on the topic, but nonetheless, we’re […]

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