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May 23, 2019 - 4:00 pm
Morehouse Athletic Director – Andre Patillo – is stepping away from his position after nearly 40 years of service as a student and an administrator. He is set to retire at the end of June. Patillo joins Lericia Harris and Sam Crenshaw on HBCU PLAY to discuss his distinguished career, the legacy he...
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Lericia Harris
May 23, 2019 - 12:28 pm
Director of Athletics at Morehouse – Andre Patillo – is stepping away from his position after nearly 40 years of service as a student and an administrator. He is set to retire at the end of June. In his professional career, all but five were in the service of Morehouse: 1979–1985: Assistant...
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Amanda Cooper
May 23, 2019 - 10:11 am
Tonight the entire King Family and Van Jones are hosting a FREE screening of "The Redemption Project with Van Jones” at the Martin Luther King National Park Site at 6:30PM!!! This screening will be followed by a criminal justice reform panel discussion with Van Jones, Bernice King, Angela Stanton-...
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The Morehouse Class of 2019 stands after hearing that their student debt is being paid in full.
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Maria Boynton
May 19, 2019 - 8:26 pm
The almost 400 graduates of the 2019 class of Morehouse college have yet another reason to be happy. During this morning's Commencement, billionaire Robert F. Smith announced that he'd be paying off their student debt, in full. Click here to read the story and to Morehouse College's President react...
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Dressed as characters from the fictional tv show and book "The Handmaids Tail" (about a totalitarian society) protestors have been assembling at the GA Capitol
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Amanda Cooper
May 17, 2019 - 6:09 pm
A big concern surrounding Georgia's "heartbeat" law is whether a woman could be prosecuted for terminating a pregnancy. Local District attorneys from across metro, say they will not prosecute women for abortions. While speaking with Daily Report.com, an online legal newspaper, District Attorneys...
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Former first lady Michelle Obama talked about her life during "Becoming" book tour event in Atlanta
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Maria Boynton
May 13, 2019 - 4:49 pm
The 21,000 seats inside Atlanta's State Farm Arena were filled, as Atlanta came out to see the country's first black first lady, Michelle Obama. She was in town Saturday promoting her book "Becoming", a memoir. Earlier in the day she spent time with students of Spelman and Morehouse Colleges. Click...
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