Black On Campus
Higher Education and the African American Experience

Archive for the ‘Black History’ Category

120 Years Ago Today: A Hampton Institute Celebration

110 Years Ago Today: A Reader Unmoved by Black and Native American Music

1900: When Black Students Were Part of the “Problem”

The Death of Booker T. Washington: 100 Years Ago Today

The Quotable Black Scholar: Omotayo Banjo on the History of Violence Against Black Men

In Memoriam: Lt. Cmdr. Wesley A. Brown

Black Americans More Optimistic on Issues of Race, Racism

(Not So) Wordless Wednesday: Alpha Phi Alpha, a Fraternity in Crisis

2009 in Review: A Mixed Bag for Blacks in Higher Education, Part I

(Nearly) Wordless Thursday: James Warren Payton, Yale Class of 1900