A community organizer and civil rights activist, Kathleen Bolden founded the Warren-Sharpe Community Center to support and empower at-risk youth and their families. Her campaigns for peace and justice continued until her untimely death at age 57.More info →
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ON THIS DAY: Mary Jane Patterson became the first African-American woman to receive a college degree in the United States. #history
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This is the line from Robert F. Smith that I hope everybody remembers: "Greatness is born out of the grind. Embrace the grind."
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Excellent speech! One of the best graduation speeches that i’ve ever heard.
Happy for those young men at Morehouse and great full that a man of color had the means and the heart for such a gift. I only wish that some of these blessings are spread out to other HBCU’s besides the two in Atlanta all the time. There are so many in trouble and could use the attention.
All students that got blessed with this gift set alarm giving back is important
Dennis....the best commencement speeh that I have heard in a while!
Everyone focused on the $40 million. I told them that there is treasure in the commencement speech.
This is a great man! ❤️ Hopefully more people will step up.
He's from home city #Atx proud
I was there the whole time. When Robert said it, the crowd screamed with excitement and the students were filled with joy.
What A Blessing To Be Able To Be A Blessing 😇
Such a good man with a big heart
What a blessing he has bestowed upon these young graduates. Tom Joyner is always helping HBCUS all over the country also.
Whoooo.... that grind is a MoFo! But the results are worth it!
Beloved TV chef (ABC’s Emmy Award-winning The Chew and fan favorite on Bravo’s Top Chef), Carla Hall takes us back to her own Nashville roots to offer a fresh, lip-smackin’ look at America’s favorite comfort cuisine.More info →
Gail Campbell Woolley (1957–2015) grew up in Washington, D.C., and was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia at age seven. She studied journalism and international relations at Syracuse University and worked as a reporter for the Washington Star, the Baltimore Sun, and the Washington Times before beginning a career in corporate public relations. She died at age 58, exceeding the life expectancy her doctor predicted by more than 20 years.More info →