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Saint Paul's College, a historically Black college founded in 1888 in partnership with the Episcopal Church, announced last week that it's shutting down and working to help current students transfer to other institutions.
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The university's Sallie Ellis Davis Cultural Arts Center will analyze the significant roles of African-Americans in the workplace through a series of influential Hollywood films and a lecture this month.
I have a Christian friend, with children and grandchildren in church schools and plenty to recommend him as a professional and alumnus.
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USA Today is reporting on an incident called a suicide by authorities, that the NAACP thinks may actually be a lynching.
In two lawsuits filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on June 11, the agency accused two large employers of using criminal background checks to illegally discriminate against black workers.
Shade and Odell Lee stayed awake until sunrise. Two of eight Lee brothers serving in World War II, the pair were in Saipan, discussing life both at home and abroad, with an inevitable question mixed in: "What if we don't make it home?" Shade, a Tuskegee Airman, noticed the character Odell, a Montford Point Marine, kept about him as the men played ... (more)
You can almost see Boone County grow up before your eyes. On July 4, the Columbia Missourian will unveil 100 videos, one for each age from 1 to 100.
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