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Black excellence?: How a school abused Black students & got fame for sending them to Ivy Leagues
Trayvon Martin’s brother Jahvaris Fulton graduates from college
Low-income students get a little help with college loans
Student who went to MIT at 14 still shines today
From foster care to full scholarship: the story of Tyree Grant
D.C. twins graduate at the top of their class
Homeless teen graduates at top of class, earns full ride to Georgetown
Robin Roberts to receive Walter Cronkite Award for Journalism Excellence this fall
Meet Audra McDonald, Broadway’s biggest Tony Award winner of all time
Former gang member earns degree, among school’s first graduating class
Former Spelman co-valedictorians continue to succeed with self-help book
20-year-old Chicago native accepted into Harvard Ph.D. program
Father graduates from college with son
Meet Patrick Peoples, the latest teen to get accepted into several Ivy League schools
Oakland senior’s 5.0 GPA lands him several college acceptance letters
New York student accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools
For fourth straight year, Chicago high school graduates all college-bound
Walmart donates $1.75M towards black achievement
Former NFL prospect Myron Rolle to become neurosurgeon
Young man seeks to inspire, provide resources to college students with new book
Video: Out of 21 siblings, man becomes the first to graduate college
First black president in school’s history appointed to Ohio State University
Chicago high school seniors bring in $12.5 million in college scholarship offers in a single day
Mississippi State’s Donald M. ‘Field’ Brown named Rhodes Scholar
Black men are big stars of the BCS football series, not so much in the classroom
Survey: Life of today’s millennial of color more complex than assumed
Fellowship seeks to improve lives of black males, apply today!
Author James McBride takes home National Book Award
Dante de Blasio, Malia Obama among TIME’s ‘Most Influential Teens of 2013’
11-year-old author honored at Black Girls Rock awards ceremony
The white writer’s misimagination of Black characters in science fiction
The Black body remembers our traumas even when we try to forget
Reclaiming memory as a Black father and son in the face of cultural and racial traumas
When does defending one’s reputation become a ploy to avoid addressing faults?
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