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Russia struggling to explore Africa’s market

B & FT Online 30 Sep 2022
The fact that many prominent politicians and businessmen of the African continent graduated from Russian universities and speak Russian well contributes to strengthening of Russian-African relationship, the expert said, adding though that a new generation is about to take over in ...
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Clark Atlanta University Selected as Site for New PROPEL Center A Global HBCU Headquarters for Innovation

Victoria Advocate 30 Sep 2022
Church, and other local African American institutions ... hold unique places in the annals of African American history. Atlanta University, established in 1865 by the American Missionary Association, was the nation's first institution to award graduate degrees to African Americans.
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READER LETTER | High wealth tax to speed up brain drain out of SA

Sowetan Live 29 Sep 2022
The threat of a wealth tax could even drive ...
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Laverne Cox to be Awarded Harvard’s Highest Honor for African and African American Studies

The Harvard Crimson 27 Sep 2022
Du Bois Medal, Harvard’s highest honor in the field of African and African American studies, next month ... The Du Bois Medal, first presented in 2000, honors its namesake, the pre-eminent African American scholar and civil rights activist. Du Bois graduated from Harvard College in 1890 and became the first African American to earn a Ph.D.
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NCES Data Show Black or African American Graduates Who Took Out Federal Student Loans Owed ...

The Philadelphia Tribune 26 Sep 2022
Highlights from the report include.Four years after earning their bachelor's degrees in 2015–16, Black or African American graduates who took out federal student loans owed an average of 105 percent of the original amount borrowed ... Nineteen percent of both Black or African ...
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Foley says book industry marginalizes Black, queer people like him

Longview News-Journal 26 Sep 2022
“When it comes to writing about queer things and queer books, the industry will push a couple of white authors and say, ‘Well, here’s all your gay books.’ You don’t hear often from people of color,” Foley, a Michigan native who is Black and queer, said during an appearance in Detroit at Source Booksellers, an African-American owned bookstore.
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Edgecombe County honors board chairman

Rocky Mount Telegram 26 Sep 2022
Rep ... Butterfield noted that Wiggins graduated from Booker T. Washington High School, the only high school for African-Americans in Edgecombe County, and enlisted in the U.S. Army upon graduation ... Truman had integrated the military in 1948, and when Wiggins enlisted in 1956, he was one of the first African-Americans to serve in an integrated military.
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Atlantic City to host USRowing indoor championships, coaches convention in February

Atlantic City 26 Sep 2022
Guy Gargan. Atlantic City will become the capital of indoor rowing in America in February. Former state Sen. William L ... 3-5. Hundreds of rowers from around the country will participate ... Gormley is the ACIRA's president ... "David Banks is a two-time Olympian, rowed for Stanford, a graduate of Stanford University. He's African American and lives in Oakland ... .
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A proposed wealth tax could drive a huge amount of wealthy and skilled South Africans out

Independent online (SA) 24 Sep 2022
The threat of a wealth tax could even drive younger South Africans to consider their options after graduating, where they would attempt to work and earn in other countries where tax and crime rates are lower and economic growth prospects better ... What South-Africans lose when adopting foreign citizenship.
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LCCC marks growth, impact of College Credit Plus

The Morning Journal 23 Sep 2022
Since 2013, 11,335 Lorain County high school graduates have earned college credit through LCCC ... “In 2011, 20% of Lorain County high school graduates earned college credit while in high school ... Of those graduates, 51% are African American, Latinx or two or more races, and many are the first in their families to earn a college degree.
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A lifetime of service: Remembering T.J Patterson's legacy and impact in Lubbock

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 22 Sep 2022
Throughout his lifetime, Patterson was a trailblazer and role model for both the Lubbock and African American communities where he worked tirelessly to improve the lives of those around him ... Grace, would ultimately become the first African-American student to be accepted into Tech. He would later enroll in the graduate school in 1973.
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Norman Cultural Connection to present 'Meditation in Action'

The Norman Transcript 22 Sep 2022
The African drumming and dance workshop “Meditation in Action” will be at Modern Dance Arts, 1423 24th Ave ... It was so fulfilling and we were working side by side with West African and North American musicians ... She has a graduate certificate in Dance Education from The Laban Centre at the University of London.
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A compelling, charming cast shines in compelling 'Magnolia Ballet'

The Buffalo News 22 Sep 2022
Why the Buffalo Bills wanted Marv Levy right here, right now 2021 Orchard Park graduate fatally shot in Tampa where ... Young Nigel Reynolds, a recent SUNY Fredonia graduate, is adorable as Ezekiel Mitchell, a 17-year-old African American kid living with his father in rural Georgia.
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Commentary: The Citadel marks a century along the Ashley, still intertwined with Charleston

The Post and Courier 21 Sep 2022
In 1966, a graduate of Charleston’s C.A. Brown High School became the first African American admitted to the Corps of Cadets. Charles Foster graduated in 1970. He was followed by another African American Charlestonian, Joe Shine, later a prominent S.C ... When cadets graduate, they become leaders in the military, their professions and their communities.
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Seychelles’ education system ranked first in Africa, 43rd in the world |21 September 2022

Nation 21 Sep 2022
Seychelles is the only African country whose education system features among the top 50 in the world, according to Business Insider Africa ... It is ranked 28th in the world for Critical Thinking in Teaching and 34th for Graduate Skillset. Seychelles is the first and only African country to have fully accomplished Unesco’s “education for all” aim.

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