Because headlines can only be so long, we used “Professor” for the interest of keeping it under 50 words. We’re going to attempt to keep it short, but, Professor Rice lived the life of five people.
He spoke five different languages: french, Spanish, Portuguese, german and English. He taught in Albany State University’s English department in Mass Communication and Modern Languages for 41 years. He also served in the armed forces for 38 years in active duty and reserves. He travelled the world personally and professionally.
During his time in the Air Force, he taught in North Africa and in Guatemala. He vacationed and travelled as part of delegations to give speeches in Singapore, Copenhagen, Russia, and the Caribbean to name a few. Continue reading →
Black women now is your chance! There’s a university out there looking for you and they are giving out money too! Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) in Tallahassee, Fl., wants to give African American women interested in the area of Computer and Information Sciences a chance at a premium education…on them! Continue reading →
It’s no secret that other Ann Coulter and haters of her ilk, people all over America, no, the world, are enthralled by First Lady Michelle Obama.
In her first 100 days as First Lady she gets high marks for being family oriented, fashion friendly and a female role model.
In fact just today, as EUR reported, she was chosen as one People magazine’s “Most Beautiful People.” On top of that, the president’s wife’s overall popularity numbers are soaring — with Democrats and Republicans.
Can I just say I LOVE JAMIE FOXX?! He is one of the most talented dudes EVER! Jamie KILLED on American Idol last night. Check out the OLD video of my favorite song on the radio right now. I think it will be my favorite for a couple more days because that Dream joint, “Rockin’ That Thing” is creeping up on it. Y’all know that I am fair-weather when it comes to music. Nuff said… Continue reading →
EURthisNthat has an early look at a new documentary from Tavis Smiley called “Stand.” The 90-minute film shows interesting interplay between a diverse group of black men including Smiley, scholars/activists Michael Eric Dyson and Cornel West, singer BeBe Winans, actor Wren Brown and more.
The setting for the production is the summer of 2008. When one thinks about that time period, without a doubt, the presidential campaign by Barack Obama takes center stage for most people, especially for African Americans. Continue reading →