The Westbrook/Brownstein Green Tech Program is being funded by NBA star Russell Westbrook.
Travel and lifestyle company leverages latest campaign to reframe hateful language into positive messages.
A number of top rappers are heading out on the road to kick off the new school year on the Find Your Grind college tour.
Inspiring and hopeful, "16 Bars" has a raw and unforgettable honesty.
A powerful group of pole dancers have some serious beef with Instagram.
Is there even enough black private wealth in the United States to pay off all black student loan debt?
Chad has been dropping his special form of musical arithmetic all summer and has just announced four new single homework assignments to keep his fans committed to the groove.
The Queen of Bounce spoke a business relationship with Ben & Jerry's.
Robert Smith is a billionaire who decided to pay it forward to Morehouse students in a big way.
A new bill in Congress ends the practice of discriminating against people because of their hairstyle.
Derek's teammates made fun of the healthy meals his wife prepared for him, until they saw the results.
Charlotte, North Carolina rapper Deniro Farrar is sick of losing his friends to homicides.
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund just revealed its first-ever corporate HBCU graduate program.
Almost 20,000 students and educators are going to be honored for their outstanding dedication to their communities.
King Jai gives love to the barbers, who can help can lower your blood pressure.
Here are some ways you can do your part to keep the environment healthy.
Nelson "Moses" Lassiter is taking on homophobia in Hip-Hop with his new Series "Single Record."
Sir Richard Branson is one of the world's most recognized entrepreneurs. But he's also and activist who's doing something about climate change.
Joshua Adams is making some power moves off the court, and it's all for a good cause.
The rap legend is also an ordained minister who is using hip-hop to promote the values of Jesus Christ.
Ivory A. Toldson of Howard University checks in to correct some of the wrong assumptions about black students around the country.
Kevin Atlas is a one-handed basketball star who is now going around the country to inspire students.
Rapper Dessa will be the guest of honor at Scripps College during a conversation about her experiences in the business as a woman.
Shaq will explain the importance of tech and higher ed with an upcoming keynote address.
A non-profit in Oakland is hosting a women' summit this month to tackle a number of issues in hip-hop and society in general.
The rap star will join a list of notables who have delivered the commencement speech at Harvard.
Compton Kidz are out to the change the image of Compton and change the world in the process.
Tamba Hali traveled to the roughest part of Liberia to make his latest video.
Van Jones is on board to lead Jay-Z and Meek Mill's REFORM Alliance.
Brehanna Daniels, the first African-American woman on a NASCAR pit crew, and 93-year-old Black Panther actress Dorothy Steel will celebrate African-American history together this month.
Two students who were bullied in two different incidents have united to fight racism. Now NBA star Jeremy Lin and footwear legend Kickstradomis are joining the fight.
Howard University and free basketball games could be just with stressed federal employees need during Trump's shutdown.
All sings Beyonce will be hailed this month at University Of Redlands.
Rapper King Nyne tapped a high school student to stop bullying and reduce teen suicide.
There is a nationwide shortage of black male doctors in the United States, and one man is doing something about it.
Lemzi gave up his career as a lawyer so he could tackle important social issues using hip-hop.