Hungary: Writers, bookstores brace for ban on LGBT content

BUDAPEST, Hungary  — Some bookstores in Hungary placed notices at their entrances this week telling customers that they sell “non-traditional content.”… Read more

Uncovering boarding school history makes for monumental task

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — They sat inside a dust-covered box that had been stashed away, untouched, for years: black-and-white photographs of Apache students… Read more

Acclaim, fundraising spread unevenly among Black colleges

ATLANTA  — Two recent high-profile faculty appointments could be a fundraising and enrollment bonanza for Howard University, one of the nation’s most… Read more

Summer camps hit with COVID outbreaks -- are schools next?

The U.S. has seen a string of COVID-19 outbreaks tied to summer camps in recent weeks in places such as Texas, Illinois, Florida, Missouri and Kansas,… Read more

African American spelling bee champ makes history with flair

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.  — Zaila Avant-garde understood the significance of what she was doing as she stood on the Scripps National Spelling Bee stage,… Read more

Black students, faculty: UNC needs self-examination on race

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — When the University of North Carolina first declined to vote on granting tenure to journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, kicking off… Read more

States get access to final portion of federal school relief

BOSTON — Massachusetts and Rhode Island gained access to an additional $750 million in federal education relief Wednesday after the U.S. Education… Read more

LGBTQ youth of faith pray, bond at ‘Beloved Arise’ group

Jessika Sessoms grew up in a conservative Black evangelical family, attended Christian schools and often heard that being gay was an abomination, until… Read more

Former FAMU punter Greg Coleman says Hall of Fame inductees represent HBCUs ‘at their finest’

After inducting more than 90 players, coaches and contributors since its inception, the Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) will welcome former… Read more