A podcast highlighting the top HBCU stakeholder voices and perspectives.
FAMU's Cheron Davis Shares the 'Beauty and Burden of Being a Black Professor'
Florida A&M University Associate Professor Cheron Davis discusses her work on the latest edition of ‘The Beauty and Burden of Being a Black Professor,’ and how politics, relationships, and mentoring shape the experience of Black faculty nationwide.
Howard Divinity Dean Yolanda Pierce Talks the Future of Black Faith
Rev. Dr. Pierce shares thoughts on the recent PBS documentary ‘The Black Church,’ the impact of COVID-19 on faith and worship, the changing shared identity of the Black church and HBCUs, and the future of faith.
Her latest book, In My Grandmother’s House: Black Women, Faith, and the Stories We Inherit, is available now.
AdWeek Editor David Griner
AdWeek Editor David Griner discusses the prospect of HBCUs contributing more Black talent to the advertising and marketing industry, and how the industry can better support historically Black institutions.
Digest After Dark - The Hard Reset
We discuss North Carolina A&T as the nation’s top HBCU, the future of Black college student protests, watch parties for Sen. Kamala Harris, and the curious case of Morris Brown College.
Prairie View A&M University President Ruth J. Simmons
Dr. Simmons discusses PVAMU's $10 million anonymous gift, the catalysts for effective HBCU narrative building, and the goals she has before returning to retirement.
Digest After Dark - Y'all Taking That Vaccine Or Nah?
We discuss Michael Bloomberg's $100 million gift to Black medical schools, HBCU presidents participating in COVID-19 vaccine trials, a proposal to remove Maryland HBCUs from the state system, and self-care tips for the Black community in the midst of crises.
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I love listening to this podcast...it has me pumped and excited about going to a HBCU...also keeping us informed on the important matters when it comes to our communities and our history!!!!! Keep enlightening us with knowledge.
This podcast is the official source for HBCU news! The hosts are well informed, funny and engaging. Check it out for yourself!
Excellent discussions because it creates awareness for those who are not knowledgeable of the struggling finances of HBCUs.