AFRO’s publisher and CEO, Dr. Frances M. Draper. (Courtesy Photo)
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AFRO’s Draper to Step Down from Morgan Board

THE AFRO — Morgan State University held its quarterly meeting of the Board of Regents May 7 and one of its longest serving members announced she would be stepping down during the gathering. Dr. Frances M. Draper, the Board’s vice chair and the AFRO’s publisher and CEO, said she would not seek another term. […read more]

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Underrepresented: The Ida B. Wells Society Provides Investigative Reporter Training to Black Journalists

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Challenging these disparities and presenting new opportunities for journalists of color, the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting, is embarking on a nationwide training program. The program’s primary goal is the development of Black investigative journalists, the specialty where Blacks are most underrepresented within newsrooms throughout the United States. […read more]

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Morgan State University Wins Back-to-Back Academic Championships at Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Morgan State University Wins Back-to-Back Academic Championships at Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Torrance, CA. April 8, 2013 – After two days of intense competition among 250 students representing 48 competing teams, Morgan State University claimed its second National Championship title in a row at the Read More