Nikole Hannah-Jones entered a room filled with eager reporters and students alike; notebooks titled ‘Center for Journalism and Democracy’ topped tables as attendees acted as witnesses and record keepers to the history being made. This was the beginning of the Democracy Summit in Washington, D.C. In the inaugural opening of The Center for Journalism and […]
Houston based black-owned pharmacy hosts 3rd annual holiday celebration in efforts to raise funds for local HBCU students studying medicine.
As a Texas Southern University (TSU) Grad, We Care Rx Pharmacy owner, Dr. Brandy Williams, understands the struggle of long days and nights studying, searching, pleading, and applying for funding to purchase reading materials and items needed to get through the pharmacology program. Recently contributing $100,000 to TSU’s medical program, Williams’ plans to continue these […]
By Matthew J. Parker The Center for Journalism and Democracy (CJD) invited budding journalism students from seven historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) Tuesday, Nov. 15, to attend its inaugural Democracy Summit on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Students and their professors sat alongside dozens of professional journalists and renowned members of […]