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The D.C. Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance to host HBCU Alumni Soiree sponsored by Xfinity

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington, D.C. Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc., will host its first ever black-tie fundraiser to celebrate the history and legacy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities alumni, and to honor alumni who have in their careers and made a profound impact to the Washington, D.C. community. The soiree and cocktail reception… Continue reading The D.C. Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance to host HBCU Alumni Soiree sponsored by Xfinity

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Jackson State University announces plan to address budget deficit

JACKSON, MS – Following months of careful review of the financial issues at Jackson State University, interim President Rod Paige announced Tuesday (May 30) the completion of a comprehensive Budget Reduction and Recovery Plan designed to improve efficiencies and move the university toward fiscal stability. According to the university, the plan includes implementing a hiring… Continue reading Jackson State University announces plan to address budget deficit

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Chicago State University to open doors to Chicago Public High School Students during teachers strike

CHICAGO, IL – Chicago State University, a predominately black institution located on 9501 S. King Drive on Chicago’s South Side has announced that the institution will open its doors to more than 300 Chicago Public  high school students in response to the impending CPS Teachers Strike which is schedule to take place on October 11.… Continue reading Chicago State University to open doors to Chicago Public High School Students during teachers strike

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50 years later, we remember the 1st step of Dr. King Jr.’s 1000-Mile March in Chicago

It was 50 years ago that the civil rights movement moved to Chicago in the protest against the cramped and segregated housing conditions. On January 26, 1966, King moved into an apartment on 1550 S. Hamlin Ave., on Chicago’s west side near Douglas Park. It is archived that King moved into the apartment “to dramatize… Continue reading 50 years later, we remember the 1st step of Dr. King Jr.’s 1000-Mile March in Chicago

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HCF Announces “April is HBCU Campaign Fund Honors HBCU Queens” Month

  HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization announces its “April is HBCU Campaign Fund honors HBCU Queens” Month. During the month of April HCF will recognize past and current HBCU Queens for their hard work and dedication academically, socially and physically as the official hostess of their HBCU institution. If you are a past and current… Continue reading HCF Announces “April is HBCU Campaign Fund Honors HBCU Queens” Month

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HBCU Campaign Fund President Reminisce & Talks The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On January 15th every year, we take the day out to pause to celebrate the life of a man who wasn’t afraid to sacrifice for his own kind, his own race. On January 21, 2013, I reminisce on the legacy of the man who sacrifice his life so I would not be judged by the… Continue reading HBCU Campaign Fund President Reminisce & Talks The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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HBCU Campaign Fund Welcomes Its Division of Recruitment and Announces Its Plans For An HBCU Recruitment Directory

   HBCU Campaign Fund is a growing HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Support Organization and non-profit that serves as HBCU advocates to support the significance and campaign to fundraise contributions for HBCUs and its students. The organization announces that it is organizing a Division of Recruitment and that department will be in charge of… Continue reading HBCU Campaign Fund Welcomes Its Division of Recruitment and Announces Its Plans For An HBCU Recruitment Directory

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Chicago State University Students, Faculty & Community Members Demand Budget Actions to Save School

CHICAGO, IL – Chicago State University, a multicultural university with a twist of historically black college & university features, located in Chicago, IL, is being fought for by students and faculty demanding the state officials to pass a budget to guarantee their school’s funding. According to the source DNAinfo Chicago, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund… Continue reading Chicago State University Students, Faculty & Community Members Demand Budget Actions to Save School

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UAPB Office of Recruitment to Host its Annual Lion Fever Day on Friday, April 1, 2016

PINE BLUFF, AR – The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) Office of Recruitment announces its annual Lion Fever Day on Friday, April 1, 2016, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lion Fever Day is designed to allow high school seniors and juniors an opportunity to see various parts of UAPB’s campus and experience… Continue reading UAPB Office of Recruitment to Host its Annual Lion Fever Day on Friday, April 1, 2016