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by on November 4, 2019
By Courtney Thornton The hardships of Black people in the United States are well documented throughout American history. From being enslaved, oppressed and denied civil and economic rights, to experiencing the election and re-election of America’s first Black president, Black people have remained resilient and vocal about injustice and inequality in America.  However, we, as a community, do not view the observance of Black Solidarity with the reverence it deserves.  Other cultures and comm...
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by on July 16, 2019
Top 10 HBCUs For Aspiring Entrepreneurs Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) are iconic features in the United States higher education landscape. They came into existence before the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The essence of establishing these institutions was to serve the African-American community. There are several HBCUs that offer entrepreneurship as a major. These institutions will train you to become a full-fledged entrepreneur. In this post, we have researched the top 1...
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