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David Marshall, Gilbert Rochon, Nicole Shelton, and Gedeon Mudacumura are taking on new responsibilities.
Kendra Preer, Ron Thomas, and Lisa Jackson are the honorees.
Kwame Anthony Appiah was awarded the medal by President Obama at a White House ceremony.
The Princeton University professor will chair the board of scholars at the nonprofit organization, Facing History and Ourselves.
The committee will develop recommendations for strategies to attract people of color and women to positions in which they have historically been underrepresented.
Study Examines the Mental Health of Black Women Community College Students Who Lived Through Hurricane Katrina
Nearly five years after the hurricane, a third of the women still showed signs of post-traumatic stress.
Dr. Serene Jones, president of Union Theological Seminary, called Professor West, "the leading public theologian of our age."
As much as 30 percent of the marriage rate gap between blacks and whites can be explains by racial differences in wealth.
Seven black administrators are taking on new duties at colleges and universities across the nation.
Michele Minter was vice president for development at The College Board.