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Cory Booker’s HBCU Plan

Cory Booker’s fledgling campaign (he might not be on the December debate stage) has recently announced that if he becomes president of the United States, he will support giving HBCUs and other minority serving institutions up to $100 billion. Booker’s HBCU plan doesn’t … Read More…

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Senate Passes HBCU Funding Bill

After letting federal funding expire for HBCUs and other minority serving institutions (MSIs) at the beginning of October, President Trump has just signed the bill to restore funding to these institutions. Dubbed the FUTURE Act (Fostering Undergraduate Talent by Unlocking Resources for Education), … Read More…

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Forgiving College Debt Could Boost Economy

Student debt is without doubt one of the major talking points in the Democrartoc race for the 2020 nomination and will likely continue being an issue well into the general election. While the Democrats have differing views on how to attack the problem … Read More…

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