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This documents a free webinar as part of the series on Media Literacy in the Library. Our current media ecosystem is... see more

A world literature class may be the first place that some students have encountered European works, let alone non-Western... see more

The Diversity Style Guide is a resource to help journalists and other media professionals cover a complex, multicultural... see more

Microsoft technology reaches every part of the globe, so it's critical that all our communications are inclusive and... see more

Grambling State University was founded in 1901 in Grambling, Louisiana. In the post- Civil War effort to build schools... see more

Grambling State University opened on November 1, 1901 as the Colored Industrial and Agricultural School. It was founded... see more

One of the initial founding institutions of Gadsden State is Alabama Technical College. Established in 1925 as the... see more

These books were created by Don Bissonnette for students and teachers of English as a Second Language (ESL). I taught ESL... see more

Present-day Gadsden State Community College began with the merger of Alabama Technical College, Gadsden State Technical... see more

Fort Valley State University, in Fort Valley, Georgia, is a four year liberal arts land grant school that is part of the... see more

The Fort Valley State College has as part of its heritage the educational contributions of the Fort Valley Normal and... see more

Since 1895, Fort Valley State University has empowered people to use education as a pathway to maximize their potential... see more

And until not long ago, time had largely forgotten the stories of some of the black men who purchased this land on the... see more

Fayetteville State University is a historically black institution of the University of North Carolina system located in... see more

Learn about the rich history of FSU and how we began in 1867 as the second HBCU in North Carolina for teachers.

On March 3, 1891, legislation passed creating a Normal and Industrial School in Elizabeth City. The school was founded... see more

Elizabeth City State University was established in 1891 as a response to a bill, enacted by the North Carolina General... see more

On March 3, 1891, Hugh Cale, an African-American representative in the N.C. General Assembly from Pasquotank County,... see more

Edward Waters College was founded in 1866 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) for the education of newly... see more

A historic marker in front of the Centennial Building on the EWC campus recounts the history of Edward Waters College.... see more

Edward Waters College (EWC) is, distinctively, Florida’s oldest independent institution of higher learning as well as the... see more

The University of District of Columbia was founded as a school for African American girls in 1851. The school was... see more

The University of the District of Columbia is, at once, very old and very new. Public higher education for the District... see more

When Dillard University was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 10, 2003, the nomination cited the... see more