With the release of the National Urban League‘s 38th annual State Of Black America Report, a panel discussion involving key figures of NUL opens up an examination…

I’ve spent my entire career as a civil rights activist and anti-violence advocate. I hear from folks all over the country about how fed-up they…

Marvin Sapp is not just a grammy-nominated gospel artist. He is the founder of The Grand Rapids Ellington School of Arts and Technology, a performing arts…

A new generation of young, Black scholars is working diligently to infuse the Ivy League with fresh perspectives and intersectional analyses, but, for some, getting…

First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by BET’s 106 & Park today, Friday, Nov. 19, to discuss education and youth empowerment. Mrs. Obama is making the…

Congratulations parents! You are the mom or dad of a high school senior. This season is filled with worries, joys, sadness and concerns. Set these…

A new Issue Brief from the Afterschool Alliance highlights data demonstrating that afterschool and summer learning programs are excellent vehicles for helping to address elevated…

AV asks listeners if they could create the perfect school course for kids, what would it be in AV’s Say What You Want To Say.…

Once again, parents and teachers are faced with the challenge of discussing a tragic incident of community violence with children. Today we saw a tragedy…

Going back to school can be a really exciting time for children – new teachers, different learning environment, and everything has a fresh feeling to…

Mississippi is a state long recognized for it’s systemic and systematic racism and bigotry, particularly towards Black Americans. The findings by the Mississippi Department of…

Introducing children to the Bible at an early age allows them to grow up knowing and applying God’s Word to their life. Young children are…