On Bondage | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894
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On Bondage | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894

If our people are to fight their way up out of bondage we must arm them with the sword and the shield and the buckler of pride. Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875-1955), Barber-Scotia Class of 1894, College President, Women’s and Civil Rights Activist Continue reading

On Resources | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894
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On Resources | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894

I considered cash money as the smallest part of my resources. I had faith in a living God, faith in myself and a desire to serve. Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875-1955), Barber-Scotia Class of 1894, College President, Women’s and Civil Rights Activist Continue reading

On Courage | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894
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On Courage | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894

If we have the courage and tenacity of our forebearers, who stood firmly like a rock against the lash of slavery, we shall find a way to do for our day what they did for theirs. Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875-1955), Barber-Scotia Class of 1894, College President, Women’s and Civil Rights Activist   Continue reading

On Women | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894
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On Women | Mary McLeod Bethune, Barber-Scotia College 1894

Next to God we are indebted to women, first for life itself, and then for making it worth living. Mary McLeod Bethune, (1875-1955), Barber-Scotia Class of 1894, College President, Women’s and Civil Rights Activist   Continue reading

Dream the Boldest Dreams | HBCUstory Symposium 2014 Schedule
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Dream the Boldest Dreams | HBCUstory Symposium 2014 Schedule

  “From Jacksonville, Florida, to Atlanta, Georgia, it is roughly a one-hour plane trip, 270 miles airport to airport. For me the distance between these two point was not short, nor was it a straight line” – Conversations With only a sixth-grade education, her self-made millionaire great-grandfather Abraham Lincoln Lewis  — whom she affectionately called “Fafa”  — was a benefactor to Florida … Continue reading

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HBCU Storyteller Spotlight: Felicia White, Philander Smith ’11

HBCU Storyteller Spotlight Philander Smith College alumna Felicia White, ’11, salutes former president, Dr. Walter Kimbrough on Facebook. Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough was the BEST college president that I could have asked for while I was attending Philander Smith. While most people don’t even know their deans and presidents, he made a point to get … Continue reading