Each week, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education will provide links to online articles that may be of interest to our readers. The links presented direct the reader to articles from many different points of view that deal with issues of African Americans in higher education. The articles selected do not necessarily reflect the views of the editorial board of JBHE.
Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers
Africana Studies Fosters Broad Intellectual Perspectives That Lead to Impactful Careers
From One Milestone to the Next: African American Studies at the University of Florida
Texas’ Oldest Black University Was Built on a Former Plantation. Its Students Still Fight a Legacy of Voter Suppression.
Alumni, University of Oregon Work to Foster Black Sororities and Fraternities
The Trailblazing Life of Michigan State University’s First African American Faculty Member
We Didn’t Need Loretta Lynch’s Report to Tell Us DPS Is Anti-Black
At Rutgers University, a New Effort Is Underway to Confront Ties to Slavery
What It’s Like Being Afro-Latinx on Campus
Black at Rice: Tamara Siler Talks Admissions and Attending Rice in the ‘80s
Cornell Charges Students $1,800 for Racially-Segregated Rock Climbing Class, Frantically Scrubs Website When Confronted
Report Established by State Senator Art Haywood Uncovers Racism in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
"Ultimately, Pennsylvania's leaders and institutions should respect the dignity of all students," says Senator Art Haywood. "The work to ensure that dignity is intact for Pennsylvania's Students of Color continues with this report in hopes that one day the work will no longer be required."
"I appreciate the support I have received from my faculty and trainee colleagues here at UC San Diego along with colleagues from around the world," says Dr. Gyamfi-Bannerman. "Together we will work to advance our field and our reach, improving patient outcomes and eliminating health disparities."
The National Association of Realtors has found that although homeownership rates in American are steadily increasing, the rate of Black homeownership has experienced significantly less growth than White, Asian, and Hispanic homeownership since 2012.
“As a servant leader, I am confident I will be an effective President for the University of the Virgin Islands and will remain humble and grounded with a sincere desire to improve outcomes and the lives of students, faculty, staff, and the community," says Safiya George, who will assume the role of president of the University of the Virgin Islands this summer.