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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Clark Atlanta University Alumna, Cheri V. Miller

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“Because I put my family first, God graces me to do the other things. It’s all about making sure that God is your priority.” – Cheri V. Miller Cheri Vivette Miller was born on December 17, 1979 in Washington, DC. Having been raised in a family with a strong Christian conviction, Cheri...

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10 Ways To Give Back To Your HBCU

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With the launch of “The HBCU Podcast,” there’s been much conversation about alumni support. This podcast spends a great deal of time highlighting alumni from Historically Black Colleges and Universities throughout the nation, but also discussing topics like philanthropy. Alumni giving is a very...

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Paine College Alumna, Ala’Torya Cranford

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Ms. Ala’Torya V. Cranford is a native of Hartsville, South Carolina and a graduate of Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology in Darlington, South Carolina. Ala’Torya attended Paine College and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, a Masters of Science Degree with Emphasis...

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Allen University Alumnus, Nimai Garrett

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“ It’s mandatory for me to make sure my alma mater grows and the only way for me to do that is to be fearless.” – Nimai Garrett On episode three of “The HBCU Podcast,” we have Mr. Nimai Garrett. He’s a graduate of Allen University. Nimai currently serves his alma mater as Director of...

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#HBCUStrong: HBCU Hurricane Relief Resources

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As many of you know Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast of Texas on Friday, August 25th as a Category 4 storm. Several people have been impacted by the storm. We’d like to lift up the HBCU Community as there are several colleges in Texas that may have been impacted. Please continue to pray...

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List of H.B.C.U.s

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Many visitors to The HBCU Podcast.com come here for answers to questions related to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). One of the most requested questions is “Where are all the HBCUs located?” HBCUs offer all students, regardless of race, an opportunity to develop their skills...

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SC State University Alumna, Bre Maxwell

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“If we have more people that look like us fighting for our issues, then I believe that will make a change in politics.”  – Bre Maxwell On the inaugural episode of “The HBCU Podcast”, we had Mrs. Bre Maxwell. She’s a graduate of South Carolina State University and a political...

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