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According to Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones, June 29th has been officially declared as Big Sean Day! Congratulations, we’re so proud of you Sean! Today the city of Detroit…

Bittersweet, The Bronx Preparatory Charter School’s graduating class of 2017 included the Central Park Five as the honorary graduates of this year. I’ sure you remember Trump pushing this case…

Undercover @usparkpolicepio handcuffing kids on @NationalMallNPS for selling water. pic.twitter.com/7iSqP4UYMq — Tim Krepp (@timkrepp) June 22, 2017 I sent the following letter to Park Police Chief MacLean regarding yesterday’s handcuffing…

Jackson State University (JSU) students and alumni are taking a stand after The Institutions of Higher Learning, state College Board, appointed William Bynum as the newly elected president. Students and…

This amazing woamn had a problem and found a way to solve it. She had to take a two-hour bus ride every time she wanted to buy healthy, vegan food,…

Governor Bill Haslam signed into law a new initiative to help solve key issues regarding Tennessee’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The signing ceremony took place on Wednesday, June 21,…

Frances Cress Welsing was born in 1935 and she was a brilliant psychiatrist. Her 1970 essay, The Cress Theory of Color-Confrontation and Racism, offered her interpretation on the origins of…

We at CampusLATELY wanted to share this story Written By: Robyn Lazette, Published on Movementnowledge.com On August 5, 2016, Jamarion Robinson was shot and killed by U.S. Marshals in East Point,…

CampusLATELY wants to remember a young hero and thank him for his bravery. Jabbar Gibson is a New Orleans resident who saved the lives of more than 70 people during Hurricane Katrina….

Christopher Belcher is North Carolina A&T State University’s has been making big waves and is currently in a position to contend for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team that will…

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