Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers

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. We invite subscribers to e-mail us with suggestions of articles for inclusion in this feature.

Helping Black Families to Grow and Thrive
Penn Today

Course on Afrofuturism Brings Together UChicago Students and Community Members
UChicago News

Yes, Efforts to Eliminate DEI Programs Are Rooted in Racism
Philadelphia Tribune

Duke Ends Full-Ride Scholarship Program for Select Black Students in Wake of Affirmative Action Ruling
The Chronicle
(Duke University)

Discrimination and Its Negative Effect on a Students’ Academic Performance and Well-Being
Los Angeles Times

The Brilliant Case for Impact Investing in America’s HBCUs

The Lemon Project: Reclaiming the Names of the Enslaved People Who Built William & Mary
13 News Now

The Attacks on HBCUs Extend Beyond Tennessee
The Mary Sue

Positioning Black Men for College Success
UNC Greensboro

Colleges Must Do More to Support the Safety and Emotional Well-Being of Black Women Leaders
U.S. News & World Report

Decolonisation of African Universities ‘Could Reduce Brain Drain’
Times Higher Education

Lawyers’ Committee, NAACP Join Educators & Students in Lawsuit Against Arkansas Challenging LEARNS Act & Treatment of AP African American Studies Course
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

University of Florida’s Attack on DEI Is Degrading Education and Devaluing Our Degrees

A Lawmaker Proposed a Bill That Would Ban DEI in Medical Schools. Doctors Say It Could Roll Back Progress Toward Improving Black Maternal Health.

From Africa to the U.S.: Giving Back by Making Math Possible
UCLA Newsroom

How Dietician Maya Feller Is Saving HBCU Students and the Black Community
Rolling Out

New STEM School in Mississippi to Boost Economic Growth and Equity
Mississippi Today

Dear Mama: Highlighting Environmental Pollutants on Black Maternal Health
The Dig
(Howard University)

Could Tearing Up an Oakland Freeway Undo Decades of Racial Injustice?
The Oaklandside

Duke School of Nursing Leads the Charge in Advancing Health Equity Through AI Via Newly Launched FAIR HEALTH Initiative
Duke University School of Nursing

Can Postpartum Medicaid Coverage Solve the Black Maternal Health Crisis?
Columbia News

Zambia Visit Shows SSW’s Global Impact
UNC Chapel Hill

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