Black History Highlight – John Lewis

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ABOUT JOHN LEWIS Often called  “one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced,” John Lewis has dedicated his life to protecting human rights, securing civil liberties, and building what he calls “The Beloved Community” in America.  ...

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Morehouse College Alumnus, Brian “B-Hen” Henry

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On this episode, we speak with Brian Henry. He’s a graduate of Morehouse College. He’s one of the nation’s hottest young DJs. Brian Henry is affectionately known to party-goers around the world. DJ B-Hen has performed for The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama and celebrities like...

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Voorhees College Alumnus, Chekwas Okafor

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On this episode, we talk to Chekwas Okafor.  He’s a graduate of Voorhees College. Okafor is the founder of ONYCHEK.com, an online retailer of luxury fashion from Africa. During this episode, we talk about his HBCU experience and his transition from a fortune 500 company to the fashion...

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Morgan State University Alumna, Angela McCrae

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On episode 15 of “The HBCU Podcast,” we have Angela McCrae. She’s a graduate of Morgan State University. She currently serves as Digital Communications Manager for Firelight Media. During this episode we talk about the highly anticipated documentary: Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black...

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HBCU Holiday Gift Guide

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The season of gift giving is here. Are you in search of the perfect gift for your loved ones and friends? Well, look no further.  This gift guide provides excellent gift options by Historically Black College and University Alumni. Shipping information varies, so place your orders in a...

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Benedict College Alumnus, Dexter L. Reaves

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On episode 11 of “The HBCU Podcast,” we have Mr. Dexter L. Reaves. He’s Executive Director of Pleasant Valley Connection Incorporated, a childcare and community center in Greenville, SC. He has 22 years of public service experience, having served in the Greenville County School District for...

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10 HBCU Authors You Should Know

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There are countless studies stating that reading in America has declined. However, books are more accessible than ever before. According to a Pew Research Center survey, when people reach for a book, it is much more likely to be a traditional print book than a digital product. Regardless of...

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