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Tech Inclusion competition features four finalists from across nation

Tech Inclusion competition features four finalists from across nation Ideas range from an app that teaches coding to a project that helps immigrants keep their data safe  Washington, D.C. — Two Baltimore County high school seniors are among the finalists for the 2017 Inclusion Revolution Innovation Competition hosted by the Center for Global Policy Solutions with support from JPMorgan…

Call for Black male mentors at Patrick Henry
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Call for Black male mentors at Patrick Henry

A call has gone out to adult Black male community members. The young Black male scholars at Patrick Henry High School need and want your mentorship. That’s the statement from the leadership team at Patrick Henry Senior High School, 4320 N Newton Ave, Minneapolis. They are asking for mentors to volunteer to join them for…

U.S. Department of Education awards $104 million to support minority serving institutions
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U.S. Department of Education awards $104 million to support minority serving institutions

The U.S. Department of Education today announced the award of more than $104 million to Minority Serving Institutions. These five-year grants provide resources to 104 institutions, in 13 states, to improve and expand their capacity to serve Hispanic, Asian American, Native American, Pacific Islander, and low-income students. “All students deserve the resources to enhance their…

Minneapolis voters overwhelmingly support Minneapolis Public Schools
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Minneapolis voters overwhelmingly support Minneapolis Public Schools

Minneapolis voters showed overwhelming support for their public schools, passing the Minneapolis Public Schools referendum with an 83.44 percent Yes vote. This vote renewed the current referendum for nine more years. “We’ve been talking with voters across the city for months, and the common theme was a strong belief in our public schools. Minneapolis voted…

Anthropologists Go Back to School at Phyllis Wheatley
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Anthropologists Go Back to School at Phyllis Wheatley

Drs. Kamela Heyward-Rotimi and Rachel Watkins will offer an active learning presentation to students in the after school program on Nov. 16 at the Phyllis Wheatley Community Center, 1301 10th Ave. N. at 4p.m. Heyward-Rotimi and Watkins are co-chairs of the Anthropologists Go Back to School initiative for the American Anthropological Association (AAA), the flagship…

African-American teen awarded for ethnic studies: Justine Izah to be awarded $10,000 as a 2016 Davidson Fellow
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African-American teen awarded for ethnic studies: Justine Izah to be awarded $10,000 as a 2016 Davidson Fellow

Reno, Nev. – The Davidson Institute of Talent Development has announced the 2016 Davidson Fellows and among the honorees is 17-year-old Justine Izah of Crown Point, Ind. Izah won a $10,000 Davidson Fellows Scholarship for her project, “An Examination of Black Liberation, Stereotypes, Healthcare and Education through the Eyes of a Black Woman.” She is…

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