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  1. How African American Parents Talk to Their Young Children About Race
  2. Long-Time Educator Wins $100,000 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize
  3. Why Churches Remain the Most Racially Segregated Institutions in America
  4. Legislature Eliminates Funding for the Office of Diversity at the University of Tennessee
  5. University of Maryland Eastern Shore to Offer a New Master’s Degree Program in Cybersecurity
  6. Five African American Men in New University Administrative Roles
  7. Tennessee State University Gives Major Tuition Discount to Some Out-of-State Students
  8. Tufts University Names Residence Hall After Its First Black Tenure-Track Faculty Member
  9. Morehouse School of Medicine Awards a Record Number of Degrees
  10. Five Black Women Scholars Appointed to New Posts
  11. In Memoriam: Thelma Vernelle Cook, 1939-2016
  12. Raymond Burse Resigns as President of Kentucky State University
  13. Online Articles That May Be of Interest to JBHE Readers
  14. Recent Books of Interest to African American Scholars
  15. Black Identical Twins Each Had the Highest GPA at FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing
  16. In Memorian: Michael Steven Harper, 1938-2016
  17. Higher Education Grants of Interest to African Americans
  18. University of Kansas to Honor 1965 Civil Rights Campus Protestors
  19. The Last American Born in the 19th Century, a Granddaughter of Slaves, Has Died
  20. Documentary Prepared by Baylor University Students Examines a 1916 Lynching