Tag: HBCU’s


Harris’ election brings positive attention to HBCUs

NEW ORLEANS (February 19, 2021) – Historically black colleges and universities have always been the pride and joy of African-Americans, but the rest of the world is finally catching on. Since the inauguration of Vice President Kamala Harris, HBCUs are getting more of the respect they deserve. Some 107 HBCUs […]


Are you “a-literate’?

NEW ORLEANS (November 6, 2020) – The recent tweets surrounding a recent Wall Street Journal article quoting DU President Walter Kimbrough shed light on a common phenomenon among Americans and social media users –aliteracy. Aliteracy, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is “the quality or state of being able to read but […]