Presidents of Historically Black Colleges and Universities from around the South gathered at Tuskegee University on Wednesday, April 14 to discuss the new role of a 21st-century HBCU president.
Spotted on Aka Tito’s Blog
On a plot of soil, nestled against the backdrop of skyscrapers in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, a group of residents are turning a lack of access to fresh produce into a revival of old traditions and self-empowerment.
HABESHA Gardens is one of many urban gardens sprouting up around the country. Fruits and vegetables are thriving in this community garden located in an economically depressed area of the city known as Mechanicsville.