The Afro American Newspaper
Tom Joyner Foundation Announces Applications for 2014 - Full Ride' Scholarship
The Tom Joyner Foundation announced the "Full Ride" scholarship program that will cover all the expenses of one student planning to attend a Historically Black College and University in the fall of 2014.
Black Kos, Year In Review
We have come to an end of another great year here at Black Kos. Unfortunately we have come to the time when we the editors take our annual holiday break, we won't be returning until January 4th, 2013.
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Romare Bearden's Atlanta ties explored in 'Southern Connections'
Opening this weekend at Emory University's Michael C. Carlos Museum are complementary exhibits that delve into the work of master artist/author Romare Bearden and his relationship to Atlanta.
Chicago-based Knight, Morris Reddick Law Group continues to represent
Knight, Morris & Reddick is a boutique law firm founded in 2012 by three accomplished AfricanAmerican women from the Chicagoland area.
International Business Times
Oprah Winfrey: If I Had Kids They Would Have Hated Me
Reporter . "They would have ended up on the equivalent of the Oprah show talking about me; because something [in my life] would have had to suffer and it would've probably been them," she added.
Carlos Lozada | The deal with rich people
Americans aren't so sure about rich people. For every revered Steve Jobs, there's a reviled Bernie Madoff; for every folksy Warren Buffett, there's a tone-deaf Mitt Romney.
Ingrid Hayes '91 is VP for Enrollment Management at Spelman College
Ingrid W. Hayes, a 1991 graduate of DePauw University, has been appointed vice president for enrollment management at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia.
Computer Scientist Andrea Johnson: Getting to the Heart of the Matter
For Andrea Johnson, the heart of computer science is not programs or gadgets, but people.
Sheila Pree Bright's Plastic Bodies images show ethnic women digitally merged with Barbie dolls
Using real women juxtaposed with Barbie dolls, Altanta-based photographer Sheila Pree Bright aims to explore society's complex relationship with cultural beauty standards.
GSE study finds promise in minority-serving institutions
A recent study released by the Graduate School of Education argues that minority-serving institutions can provide a higher education experience tailored to the needs of minority students.