Google Donates $50 Million To HBCU’s In Celebration Of Juneteenth

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have stood as pillars of excellence for more than 180 years and continue to serve as havens for Black students in pursuit of higher education. Continue Reading →

Non-Profit Goes Virtual With Free Tutoring And Summer Enrichment From Harlem To Hawthorne

Zerubabel began grade school as a non-English speaker. “Sometimes I would misunderstand the homework assignments or what the teacher was saying in class. Continue Reading →


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