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Florida’s Rejection of Af-Am Studies Reflects the Historical Fight for Black Education

Education

Florida Blocked a Black Studies AP Course. Here’s How Kids Can Learn It Outside of School.

Education

In an Effort to Diversify, Cleveland Police Look to HBCUs

Policing

An HBCU Student’s Viral Classroom Arrest Sparks Alarm and Anger on Campus

Policing

Student Loan Forgiveness Is On Hold. What’s Next for Black Borrowers?

Higher Education

How Race Became the Central Issue in Many School Board Elections

2022 Midterm Election

The Unintended Consequences of Brown v. Board of Education

News

What More Student Loan Relief Would Mean for Black Borrowers

Education

Does Biden’s new student debt plan do enough for Black Americans?

Higher Education

‘It’s Untenable’: The Unequal Burden of the Student Debt Crisis

Higher Education

America’s Latest Attack on Black Wealth: Student Loans

Higher Education

Why It’s So Hard for Schools to Teach About Slavery

Education

Why Some Teachers Are – and Aren’t – Teaching Their Students About Juneteenth

Education

Racist Bullying is a Problem That Won’t Go Away Anytime Soon

Education

How Police Officers Started Working at Schools — And Why Some People Want Them Out

Policing

The Pandemic Worsened Racial Achievement Gaps. Making up the Difference Won’t Be Easy.

Education

Schools Have Reopened, But Some Black Students Aren’t Going Back

Education

The Trayvon Generation: 10 Years After His Death, Classmates and Teachers Reflect on the Impact

Criminal Justice

For These College Students, HBCUs Were Their Safe Space. Now That’s Threatened, Too.

What Happened After LA Schools Cut Police Funds and Hired Mental Health Staff for Black Students

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