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Step 1: Upload a photo; the photo can be recent or from when you attended your HBCU.
Step 2: Share your academic or social experience at your HBCU.
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@ HAMPTON UNIVERSITY
Founder and CEO, The Wealth Factory Inc. Raised in Kingman Park, DC in a life insurance sales family, Rich grew up listening to financial pleas from every walk of life; igniting her passion for financial literacy. Rich graduated from Hampton University with six honors, including Honors College.
@ HAMPTON UNIVERSITY
Shani Hosten is Vice President-Multicultural Leadership for African American/Black Strategy & Outreach at AARP. Shani serves as the national voice for AARP’s engagement with African American/Black communities through partnerships with multicultural organizations to drive AARP’s social impact.
@ PRAIRIE VIEW UNIVERSITY
Prairie View, TX
A real-life journey that takes a person from a latchkey kid of a loving and hardworking mother in Detroit’s Brewster-Douglass Housing Projects to a stand-up comedienne/movie star/bacon loving television personality is not something that happens easily or often, but somehow Loni Love pulled it off with her usual aplomb. Not to say there wasn’t a lot of hard work getting there, but when Love puts her mind to something, well, you better move out of the way. Loni Love is currently a co-host of The Real, the one-hour daily talk show on Fox stations.
HBCUs represent "Black Excellence"
If you are an Alumnus or currently attend an HBCU, we want to feature you!
The "My HBCU Story" campaign is a free digital library allowing current HBCU students
& alumni to share their stories.
Whether you're reminiscing on moments from your favorite class, hang-out joint, homecoming game, student center, on or off-campus party, fraternity and sorority pledging, Greek show, or simply sharing how attending an HBCU changed your life, we want to hear your story!
Our goal is to use your "My HBCU Story" to promote and uplift the HBCU brand.
Your HBCU prepared you for success,
and now we want everyone to read about your "Black Excellence."