Apply Now: McDonald’s Announces 2nd Annual ‘Black & Positively Golden Scholarship’ For HBCU Students
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Carl Lamarre, who serves as the senior editor of hip hop at Billboard, is a great individual to highlight as we continue to celebrate and spotlight Black people during Black History Month. Lamarre is a key part of Black history and he is highlighting that subject matter within his own project, 'Shut Up & Write.'
Dear White People actress and Howard University alumna, Ashley Blaine Featherson celebrates her 33rd birthday by donating $25,000 to support theatre arts graduating seniors interested in pursuing a career in acting. The funds will help with relocating students for acting work upon graduation.
The artist that keeps on giving.
Black Boy Excellence : Teen Gets Accepted Into Over 80 Colleges And Granted $3 Million In Scholarships
Teens Gets Accepted To Over 80 College and Granted Over $3 Million In Scholarships New Orleans high school student Darrin Francois received acceptances to over 80 colleges and the congratulatory letters just keep coming. “I just applied, applied, applied. I didn’t know how many it was, so once they started to come through the mail, […]
Just when you thought that Barack and Michelle Obama were tapped out for good, the former First Lady proved that she is still aware of what’s going on in the country — both good and bad. On Tuesday, Mrs. O took to Instagram to praise Beyoncé after the singer announced her Formation Scholarship Program for young women. The […]
This announcement comes as part of the music icon’s celebration of the one-year anniversary of 'Lemonade.'
Pusha T will be following up his prelude album, Darkest Before Dawn, with a full fledge tour for fans.
Late Night News Recap: Adam Levine & Maroon 5 May Do Super Bowl Haltime Show, MC Lyte Gives $50,000 Scholarship To Student & More
The performer slot for the upcoming Super Bowl's halftime show is up in the air, but Adam Levine and Maroon 5 are in talks to fill it.
LeBron James has introduced a program that will help parents obtain their General Education Development degree (GED) for free.