Category Archives: Urban Education

  • Cory Hardrict Dishes on ‘Brotherly Love,’ ‘Power of Choice’ & Saving Our Youth

    May 1, 15 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *EURweb associate H’erica Thompson just spoke with Cory Hardrict, who’s currently starring in the film “Brotherly Love.”  Hardrict, actor, father & husband to Tia Mowery-Hardrict is also taking part in the new social media series called #PowerofChoice. Specifically, #PowerofChoice is an exclusive interview series of candid conversations that delve into social issues and empower our youth to […]

  • CNN’s Erin Burnett Mistakes Zeta Phi Beta Sorority for ‘Gang Members’ (Watch)

    Apr 30, 15 by EURPublisher01 13 Comments

    *CNN anchor Erin Burnett is being roasted on black Twitter after she referred to members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. as “gang members.” In the midst of the Baltimore uprising, the Bloods and Crips announced they had put aside their differences for the greater good and joined efforts to heal the community. They were […]

  • Judge Reduces Sentences of Three Convicted Atlanta Educators

    Apr 30, 15 by EURPublisher01 3 Comments

    *A judge has reduced the sentences of three former Atlanta Public School educators who received the longest sentences for their racketeering convictions in the mass cheating case. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter dropped the incarceration time from seven years in prison to three; and also reduced the number of years they have to […]

  • 6 Ways to Sell More at Conventions and Festivals

    Apr 30, 15 by Daniel T 1 Comment

    *In the mind of a sales representative, it’s now or never. You get one shot at a deal or it’s gone. That may not be the case in your business, but it’s something to keep in mind when setting up as a vendor. Prospects will show interest, vow to make a purchase and fail to […]

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Opting Out – Common Core

    Apr 28, 15 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment

    *For the past two weeks, parents throughout New York have been keeping their kids out of school in protest of the new Common Core exams. The actions of these parents is a bad idea based on the wrong perspective. The Common Core is an educational philosophy that all students in the country should get the […]

  • Black Casts in Demand: NBPC Works to Ready Black Content

    Apr 26, 15 by EURweb editor/BJ Leave a comment

    * New York  —With television networks having recently grasped that the most loyal viewers—Blacks—want to see themselves on scripted series, the nation’s primary presenter of Black historical and contemporary stories on public television is making the case that these audiences  are also clamoring for more diverse nonfiction TV and Web content. To satisfy that need, the […]