This semester I have the pleasure of taking the capstone to my African American studies minor. Although only five...
Yes I Studied Black Culture But, Who Cares?
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
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...
Systemic Bias In Education: White Teachers Lack High Hope For Black Students
Recent study reveals the unfortunate truth about teacher expectation and student outcomes.
There are many factors that play a role in the likelihood of academic success for children as well as...
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Michelle Obama
Flotus exudes her #BlackGirlMagic all over the White House and educates girls all around the world.
First Lady Michelle Obama has impacted the world and won America’s hearts since the Presidential inauguration in 2008. As the...
Youth Activist Leads the Charge for Education Equality in Detroit, Michigan
16-year old Tarius Porter embraces peaceful protest and the right to check the government
Time and time again the younger generation has proven themselves to be worthwhile candidates for a new era...
Confederate Flag Earrings: Big News Or Not?
Exploring both arguments of an often-discussed controversy.
On Friday, Feb. 12, Texas A&M University was noticed for racist remarks (or implications) made by a few of...
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