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Interview: Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, outgoing president of the University of Detroit Mercy, talks faith, education, and weathering storms in academia
A native son of New Orleans, decades into a stellar career in academia (including two university presidencies), discusses his career thus far ahead of his return to teaching.
America's Black Holocaust Museum, founded in Milwaukee by a Catholic, reopening physically after 13 years
The nation's only major museum dedicated to the experience of anti-Blackness in America is returning to in-person status after more than a decade of financial struggle.
The clock is ticking on Biden's first Supreme Court nomination. Will it be the Black Catholic from South Carolina?
Looking for an event in your area (or an online event) to celebrate Black Catholic History Month this year? We have you covered.
Like many US Catholic schools, Aquinas High in Augusta, Georgia was desegregated only 53 years ago. A new documentary from a Catholic-educated Black Detroiter tells the story.
Simply put, higher education administration in the US is not known for its Blackness. In 2021, however, Black Catholics in particular seem to be a hot pick for search committees.