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Black Scholar at the California College of the Arts Returning to Her Roots

Black Scholar at the California College of the Arts Returning to Her Roots

After serving on the faculty at the California College of the Arts for nearly a quarter century, Professor Opal Palmer Adisa is returning to her native Jamaica to serve as the director of the Institute for Gender and Development Studies at the University of the West Indies.

Three Black Academics Awarded MacArthur Foundation Fellowships

Three Black Academics Awarded MacArthur Foundation Fellowships

Of this year’s 23 MacArthur Fellows, four are African Americans and three have current ties to the academic world.

Yale University Names a Residential College in Honor of Pauli Murray

Yale University Names a Residential College in Honor of Pauli Murray

Yale is keeping the name of slavery proponent John Calhoun for one of its residential colleges but a new college will be named for Pauli Murray, the civil rights pioneer who earned a doctorate at Yale Law School in 1965.

Home of Civil Rights Pioneer Pauli Murray Designated a "National Treasure"

Home of Civil Rights Pioneer Pauli Murray Designated a “National Treasure”

In 1938, Pauli Murray mounted an unsuccessful legal effort to gain admission to the all-white University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Pauli Murray Named a Saint of the Episcopal Church

Pauli Murray Named a Saint of the Episcopal Church

In 1938, she mounted an unsuccessful legal effort to gain admission to the all-white University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.