Morgan In The News
Civil Rights Lawyer Benjamin Crump Tells Morgan State Graduates to Use Their Gifts to Make Change
Prominent civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump took time off Saturday from fighting for racial justice to address the Morgan State University commencement and advise 1,000 graduating students to share their achievement.
School Segregation Today Presents Stark Reality Nearly 70 Years After Brown
When the U. S. Supreme Court outlawed segregated public schools on May 17, 1954, in a case we know as Brown v. Board of Education, many Blacks saw this as the dawn of a new day. It held the promise of barriers swiftly falling in all aspects of American life.
Attorney Ben Crump Delivered Spring Commencement Speech at Morgan State University
Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump delivered Morgan State University's spring commencement address on Saturday. Crump was asked to be the keynote speaker at Morgan's 146th Spring Commencement Exercises, which took place at the Hughes Memorial Stadium.
Championship Energizes Morgan State Club Lacrosse Team’s Push to Revive Varsity Status
Morgan State University junior Kobie Johnson thought his dream of playing collegiate lacrosse had ended when he initially made the decision to attend a historically Black university.
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