The legendary Atlanta University professor was instrumental in the creation of a community-based adult learning initiative in the 1940s. It may be time to breathe new life into that idea.
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Last month, members of the Morehouse College community celebrated the life and martyrdom of a Black leader not named Martin Luther King, Jr. and in doing so, underscored the need to settle an enduring debt.
What can we learn by comparing the Black freedom struggle in the United States with the peace process in Ireland?
Both Martin Luther and Coretta Scott King were steadfast supporters of the labor movement. How can colleges and universities partner with union organizers to carry on that legacy?
Dr. Sinead Younge reflects on a recent study-abroad trip to Veracruz, Mexico.
Dr. David Wall Rice discusses Gang Starr's new album and the legacy of Keith Elam ('83), better known as MC GURU.
Dr. Juliet Elu discusses recent economics research on HBCU graduates.
Dr. Oumar Ba discusses the legal and moral quandaries surrounding the recent killing of Qassem Soleimani
Dr. Jann Adams discussed the new Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership
Dr. Kipton Jensen discusses Howard Thurman's vision for leadership.
Dr. Ethell Vereen discusses his new first-year experience course.
Dr. Nathan Nobis discusses the ethical applications of critical thinking.
Morehouse College has received a $1M faculty development grant to support professors in their pursuit of excellence.