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'Prejudice is an emotional commitment to ignorance' the theme of the latest episode of Facebook Watch's 'Red Table Talk' discuss race relations between white and black women in America
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Father spends day with son’s bully becoming mentor, friend, and definition of empathy Empowerment, Featured, Political Power
Aubrey Delinzer learned about the circumstances of his son's bully and stepped in to make an impactful difference
Remembering what it feels like to be bullied, Houston native Aubrey Delinzer knew he had to step in after...
Kevin Hart Partners With the United Negro College Fund, Knowledge Is Power Program to Launch $600,000 Scholarship Program Empowerment, Featured
Hart joins celebs like Beyonce and Nicki Minaj to invest in students futures through education
We love a benevolent celebrity who supports education, and Kevin Hart joins the ranks of those like Beyoncé and...
30-year-old Mareena Robinson Snowden is the first black woman to earn a PhD in nuclear engineering from MIT Featured, On the RYSE
Black women are constantly showing the world that it is their's for the taking.
When Mareena Robinson Snowden walked across the commencement stage at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) on June 8th, she...
Georgia College Professor Offers a Lesson on Outkast in English Lit Arts & Entertainment, Newsticker, RYSE News, Spark
The professor offers a scholarly look on African-American history and culture
Some college courses are funkier than others. Starting this month, students in one of Regina Bradley’s upper level English...
Revisiting Carter G. Woodson’s “Miseducation of the Negro” in an “Alt-Right” World Business Sense, Money Talks, Newsticker
Carter G. Woodson's Lesson's On Thriving And Surviving is still relevant today
Parallels Between 1933 and 2016 To really understand where Mr. Woodson was coming from we must have a sound...
Nyla Smith Beats Chemotherapy and Becomes the Youngest Graduate at St. John’s University Empowerment, On the RYSE
This Amazing Young Woman is breaking barriers for the Physically Disabled
Disability Rights in the classroom are often either underfunded or mishandled by professors and teachers who don’t understand the...
Sesame Street Co-Production Introduces Young Female Muppet Named Zari Empowerment
Similar to Muppets introduced in Egypt and India, Zari represents the Afghan society.
In Afghanistan, women and children used to be denied educational opportunities, and today one-third of the five million children...
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