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New York Cares Volunteers To Fill Backpacks With Back To School Supplies In Support Of Local Community At Salvation Army In Harlem

New York Cares Volunteers To Fill Backpacks With Back To School Supplies In Support Of Local Community At Salvation Army In Harlem

New York Cares, in partnership with the Salvation Army Greater New York Division, will host a back-to-school event where 130 volunteers will fill nearly 8,000 backpacks with essential school supplies to help prepare New York City public school students for the upcoming school year on Wednesday, August 10, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at […]

New Yorkers Have Lost Over $38M From Data Breaches, FBI Data Reveals

New Yorkers Have Lost Over $38M From Data Breaches, FBI Data Reveals

Data breaches in today’s technology driven world can affect hundreds of millions, if not billions of people at once. As we continue to provide data to various organisations in our daily lives without hesitation, personal information is being exposed more frequently, with some of the largest data breaches occurring in the last decade. But what […]

53% Of Students Are Not Taught The History Of Juneteenth

53% Of Students Are Not Taught The History Of Juneteenth

June 19th, 1865 was one of the most pivotal days in American history, yet over 50% of students are not taught about it in school. A combination of the words ‘June’ and ‘nineteenth’, Juneteenth is a holiday to commemorate the last state finally freeing African American slaves.       Leading digital homework help platform, Brainly, asked […]

New Study: New York ranks #2 Best State For Teachers In America

New Study: New York ranks #2 Best State For Teachers In America

Since COVID-19 hit, teachers in America are now burnt out due to the recent teacher shortages in our country’s public school system; 55% of them say they’re ready to leave the profession earlier than they planned. After conducting an in-depth analysis, the scholarship website Scholaroo has released its 2022’s Best and Worst States for Teachers. […]

Brooklyn & Manhattan Diverse Small Business Seminars

Brooklyn & Manhattan Diverse Small Business Seminars

Chase is launching a 30-city Business Insights Seminar (BIS) tour with stops in Brooklyn and Manhattan, to provide diverse small business owners with free educational training, led by industry experts, focused on growth strategies, pandemic recovery tools and networking opportunities. Black, Hispanic and women-led small business owners who have survived the pandemic and are looking […]

Celebrating Music in Our Schools Month in Westbury Schools

Celebrating Music in Our Schools Month in Westbury Schools

In honor of Music in Our Schools Month, celebrated during March, young scholars in Westbury Union Free School District participated in an array of fun musical activities. At the Park Avenue Elementary School, students competed in the second annual Music Spelling Bee. Over 100 band and orchestra students took to the stage to compete in […]

New York Ranks #7 For Most Educated State In America

New York Ranks #7 For Most Educated State In America

The pandemic has caused unparalleled disruptions to our country’s education system and mass migration of people. To dive into which states are coming out on top, the scholarship website Scholaroo conducted an in-depth analysis of 2022’s Most & Least Educated States in America. To identify the most educated states in the country, Scholaroo’s analysts compared […]

Deep South Center For Environmental Justice Announces Agenda For Eighth Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference

Deep South Center For Environmental Justice Announces Agenda For Eighth Annual HBCU Climate Change Conference

The Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DSCEJ), in collaboration with Texas Southern University, released the agenda for the eighth annual HBCU Climate Change Conference, which will take place from April 13 – 16, 2022, at the New Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference aims to bring HBCU students and future climate leaders with researchers, climate […]

The Trend with Justin A Williams Podcast: The Civil Rights Movement Began In The Gilded Age?

The Trend with Justin A Williams Podcast: The Civil Rights Movement Began In The Gilded Age?

When we reflect on the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s and after, we know the names we were taught in school. But, in fact, the first leaders to press for equal treatment for all, especially freed slaves, were the men and women brave enough to in the 1880s. President Benjamin Harrison was one of […]

Metaverse To Social Media, 5 Expert Tips To Keep Your Child Safe Online

Metaverse To Social Media, 5 Expert Tips To Keep Your Child Safe Online

Research has shown that over 80% of children (aged 12-15) may have been subjected to harmful experiences online, which has led to heightened searches for “cyber safety” (20.5K) and “cyber security” (451.9K), according to Google trend data. Child game platforms such as Roblox have amassed over 47 million daily active users globally and are moving […]

Introducing The HBCU Wall Street Show With Bianca Little

Introducing The HBCU Wall Street Show With Bianca Little

Washington, DC: Season 1 Episode 1 of The HBCU Wall Street Show with Bianca Little is officially here. Join Bianca as she breaks down the latest in the business, finance, investment, tech and HBCU news. This show will consist of her analyzing and discussing some of our most engaging social media posts and of course, […]

'Sister Supes' Lend Their Experience, Advice to Next Generation Teachers

‘Sister Supes’ Lend Their Experience, Advice to Next Generation Teachers

The unique challenges and opportunities faced by African-American women in public school leadership, the powerful impact they have on students, and the changes that might lead to more opportunities for advancement among those who follow them were the key topics covered during “It’s Our Time: A Conversation with Black Women in School Leadership,” a public […]

#BlackGirlMagic: STEM Advocate And Filmmaker With Quadriplegia Crystal R. Emery's Statue To Be Unveiled At The Smithsonian

#BlackGirlMagic: STEM Advocate And Filmmaker With Quadriplegia Crystal R. Emery’s Statue To Be Unveiled At The Smithsonian

Crystal R. Emery is known for producing narratives aimed at creating a more equitable society. She is the Founder and CEO of URU The Right to Be, Inc., a nonprofit content production company that addresses issues at the intersection of humanities, arts and sciences. A director, author and STEM advocate, Emery is a member of […]

Mili Mila Returns To Cabo Verde To Promote New Kriolu Resources

Mili Mila Returns To Cabo Verde To Promote New Kriolu Resources

Team Mili Mila has returned to Cabo Verde to celebrate International Mother Language Day. Since the release of the first of its kind, Capeverdean Kriolu to English Dictionary, Mili Mila was able to share this unprecedented work with several launches here in Praia, Fogo and Sal, Cabo Verde. Part of Team Mili Mila, consisting of […]

HBCU Wall Street And The Motley Fool Donate $1000 To Stillman College

HBCU Wall Street And The Motley Fool Donate $1000 To Stillman College

Under the leadership of Dean Isaac McCoy, @stillmancollege School of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Computational and Information Sciences (SBECIS), the school’s primary goal is to provide a high-quality experience for the development of future business influencers and leaders who are uniquely qualified to innovate, grow, and thrive in a technologically advanced global marketplace.  “Stillman College and […]