New York, NY (BlackNews.com) -- Todays domestic and global conflicts have continuing threads that underlie them, not the least of which are issues over religion and race. These issues are informed by one enduring ingredient: symbolism.

International management consultant Edgar J. Ridley has continued his groundbreaking study examining the impact of symbols on human behavior. With the...

Nationwide — There are thousands of scholarship programs available to students of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, ages, and genders. However, there are at least 300 national scholarship opportunities that are specifically available to Black, minority and/or women students.

ScholarshipsOnline.org, a free online directory of scholarships and other sources of financial aid, has...

Atlanta, GA — The National Black Information Technology Leadership Organization (NBITLO) is calling together Higher Education Administrators, HBCU Students, Faculty, Alumni, Tech Leaders, Institutional Advancement Practitioners and Enrollment Management professionals for its first annual HBCU Technology Summit. The event will be held October 27th and 28th, 2017 on the campus of Morehouse...

BBR NEWS Interviews Professor Wayne Dawkins, Associate Professor of Multimedia Journalism at Morgan State University. 

Arlington, TX — Another teacher exits the classroom. But, it’s not because of the stresses, classroom behaviors and loads of paperwork. Teachers have 50 minutes to teach your 8th grader or high school child how to write. This is not enough time to prepare struggling writers for various careers and college. A frustrated Jacqueline T. Hill left the classroom mid-year to launch a new...

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