Miniya Shabazz is a Rhoden Fellow and a junior mass communication major from Laurel, MD. She attends Grambling State University and is a staff writer for The Gramblinite.
Listen to this week’s HBCU 468 podcast on his struggles, life’s anxieties and getting older
Howard University student fought to get to the top and wants to stay there
‘Oprah Winfrey became an important way for us to look at the ways in which society dealt with ideas around promise and potential.’
It’s named after the University of Alabama’s first black graduate
The Grammy-winning artist raps a bit about his son, and about why he’s done with diss tracks
Campus Connections will be one of four programs at the university
Hard, ugly lessons about how to make it in America
Three players recount how they’re preparing to get a call from the NFL
Van, we could all tell you’ve been holding on to this one since your childhood
The black love, the speakers, the fun and the education become part of you every day
We're changing our name!
The Undefeated is now
Where Blackness is infinite