Jackson State University News | $1 million grant over 5-year period allows JSU to help special-needs population
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Jackson State University News | $1 million grant over 5-year period allows JSU to help special-needs population

The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation and Psychometric Services at Jackson State University has been awarded a nearly $1 million grant over a five-year period to assist in educating students to serve Mississippi’s special-needs population. A study by Cornell University shows that Mississippi consistently ranks in the Top 5 in the U.S. with the number of … Continue reading

It Took Me Years to Believe That Black Lives Matter. Now Here’s What I Need From You Internalized racism prevented me from seeing how the system works.
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It Took Me Years to Believe That Black Lives Matter. Now Here’s What I Need From You Internalized racism prevented me from seeing how the system works.

From Yes! Magazine The following is an adopted from the transcript of a speech delivered at Westside Unitarian Universalist Congregation on Sunday, September 28. An audio recording is available here. I always brag to my friends that Westside Unitarian has the largest black congregation of any Unitarian Church in Washington State. And when I told … Continue reading

Round II: Inman E. Page Library Presents The Josephine Silone Yates Literary Author Series Ft. Author Judy Juanita
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Round II: Inman E. Page Library Presents The Josephine Silone Yates Literary Author Series Ft. Author Judy Juanita

Inman E. Page Library is celebrating its second season of the Josephine Yates literary author series featuring National Bestselling Author/Writer/Professor; Judy Juanita will grace the campus of Lincoln University this November. Here debut novel Virgin Soul published by Viking (2013); Virgin Soul is based on her own experiences. Born in Berkeley and raised in Oakland, … Continue reading