Volume 25, Issue #2

Keith Alexander, B.A. 1991 , is part of a Washington Post team of reporters that was awarded the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for their work documenting fatal police shootings of...

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Chesney Blue, B.S. 2005 , was selected as a Rutgers University School of Public Health Maternal Child Health fellow for 2016. Chesney is a registered dietitian and MPH graduate student who serves...

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Angel Mills, B.A. 2014 , was awarded a Boren Fellowship to study Portuguese in São Paulo, Brazil, during the 2016-17 academic year. Mills is currently a student at the University of Pennsylvania...

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Wading into a sea of mainly Black faces on the South African campus where former President Nelson Mandela and other lions of the anti-apartheid movement once studied gave Ernesha Webb Mazinyo (B.S. ’95) a rarefied jolt of pride.

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The 2014-2015 academic year was a landmark one for education. It was the first time that the number of minority students in the nation’s public schools surpassed the number of Whites.

Yet...

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International Lens Student Profiles

Ralph Bunche Center provides students from Howard and beyond with opportunities to explore race, ethnicity and careers abroad.

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