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Harvard Creates Fund to Redress Its Ties to Slavery So Harvard University is trying to atone for their involvement in slavery. They published a report saying that since it began in 1636 they found that their faculty and staff enslaved 70 people up until the banning of slavery in 1783. These slaves stayed on campus […]

Bill Cosby believes convicted sex abuser R Kelly was ‘railroaded’ during his sex crimes trial blaming racism and claiming any appeal will be successful Bill Cosby had some comments about the R Kelly verdict and feels some kind of way about what happened to him.  Cosby who just went through his own court issues said […]

The Buzz: Spooning at the Olympic games Discouraged. Now we’re getting closer to the Olympic Games but the Olympic committee doesn’t want athletes getting closer at the games.  So according to American distance runner Paul Chelimo who tweeted… “Beds to be installed in Tokyo Olympic Village will be made of cardboard, this is aimed at avoiding intimacy […]

A survivor of the horrific Parkland school shooting in Florida shared news on Monday that he will no longer be admitted into Harvard University. When a Google Doc and text messages surfaced of Kyle Kashuv using the n-word and other foul languages among friends, Harvard officials moved to bar his entry into the hallowed institution. […]

ImeIme Umana made history when she was elected the first Black female president of the Harvard Law Review—its 131st leader.

What may not have been a traditional graduation speech has now captured the heart and souls of many.

However, the 17-year-old is taking a year off before she attends the Ivy League university.

Yale University said it would continue to name a residential college after John C. Calhoun, a 19th century slavery defender. University officials decided, however, to stop addressing residential faculty as masters.

Harvard University's president acknowledges the school's complicity in slavery. She will unveil a plaque honoring four slaves who lived and worked on the campus.

Harvard agreed with a committee's recommendation to replace the law school's shield, which incorporates a slave-owning family's crest. A student movement, strengthened by a racial incident, pressured the University's governing body to make the change.