Historically Black colleges and universities are facing serious
enrollment and economic issues that could significantly impact the
future of the specialized institutions of higher learning, according to a
top administrator at Mercer County Community College (MCCC) in Trenton. The discussion occurred at the first annual education conference hosted by the African American
Chamber of Commerce of NJ (AACCNJ) in late February at the Hyatt
Regency in New Brunswick.
ShareNote is changing the health care industry--at least in the way it compiles medical records. It is just one of the products developed by Winston-Salem, NC-based
OnceLogix, LLC, a solutions provider specializing in custom, enterprise
level, web-based applications.
Chokwe Lumumba, mayor of Jackson, Mississippi; Pan-Africanism activist; and lawyer, has died. He was 66. Here, writer Herb Boyd fondly remembers the "young man with a keen political sense...ready to fight
for a number of local, national and international causes."