“Tonight, it’s my job to get you to operate with the spirit of urgency that your ancestors operated (with).” Alternating between hip-hop communicator and first-generation..
The leader of MTSU’s emerging Africana Studies Program is the recipient of its highest award for minority faculty. Dr. Louis Woods, an associate professor of history,..
“African-Americans in Times of War: Current Day Warriors for Social Justice” is the theme for the 2018 observance of Black History Month at MTSU. The..
As the country marks the 200th anniversary of Frederick Douglass’ birth, one of his descendants chose to focus on the future rather than the past..
MTSU is again seeking nominations for the “unsung heroes” throughout the community who will be honored at the upcoming Unity Luncheon, held each February as..
MTSU faculty and staff took to WGNS Radio recently to share information about a recently completed faculty research project, a new advisory council to assist..
With a flurry of Hollywood-style lighting and audio of Muhammad Ali stating “I AM the greatest,” Laila Ali took the stage Wednesday night, March 22,..
The 21st recipient of MTSU’s highest honor for black faculty is being praised as a credit to her profession and a caring mentor to future members of..
Eleven humanitarian leaders were acknowledged Thursday, Feb. 16, for their good works at MTSU’s 21st annual Unity Luncheon in the Student Union Ballroom. The Black..
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