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No Hate Crime Charges In The Death Of Bowie Student Richard Collins III
The suspect, who reportedly belonged to a white supremacist Facebook group, is facing one count of murder.
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In America, Being Young, Gifted, And Black Is Both Blessing And Burden
Dr. Candice Bledsoe
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Academic and social excellence have not been, and will not be, refuge from racist violence.
The High Cost Of White Evangelical Silence On Hate Crimes
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner
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Silence is an inexcusable and troubling response to the escalating attacks on Black lives.
Richard Collins III Honored At Commencement With Graduation Gown On Empty Chair
The Bowie State University student was fatally stabbed on Saturday in a possible hate crime.
Black College Student’s Alleged Killer Belongs To White Supremacist Facebook Group: Police
The FBI is investigating the attack as a possible hate crime after discovering the suspect's connection to racist Facebook page "Alt-Reich: Nation."
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Mom And Son Inspire Thousands With Creative Graduation Photo
Their signs are perfect.
Rand Paul Pushes For Criminal Justice Reform At Historically Black College
HBCUs Take On New Focus
Jarrett L. Carter
Verdict Reached In Bowie State Murder Trial, And Other HBCU Highlights This Week
Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson
Simpson Not Guilty Of Murdering Her Roommate In iPod Fight
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