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HBCU Stories to Inspire, Encourage and Educate
|Asegun Henry - Professor at Ga. Tech and FAMU and M.I.T. graduate.||The Dixon sisters- Two sisters who work together and attended Rival HBCUs.|
|Jazmyne Byrd - Author, model and Central State Graduate.||Mickey Clayton- Executive director of the Rattlers Booster Club and a FAMU graduate.|
|Dr. Caleph Wilson- A scientist for the National Cancer Institute and Alcorn State University graduate.||Jim Griffith- A business man, financial planner and Jackson State University graduate.|
|Foster Ellis Jr. Serial Entrepreneur- A serial entrepreneur who currently owns 3 businesses and Jackson State University graduate.||Synthia SAINT JAMES - a world renowned multicultural visual artist, an award winning author and illustrator.|
|William J. Underwood III, born and raised in Detroit, Michigan (one of the most prominent musical cities during the 1960’s) is a 2007 graduate of Cass Technical High School. He recently graduated from Florida A&M University on December 14, 2012.||Medgar Evers is a graduate of the 2012 HBCU of the year, Alcorn State University. Medgar is also a slain Civil rights leader and the main person, whom the Jackson Evers International airport in Jackson MS is named for.|
To those of us who grew up around an HBCU, the term just comes natural and we assume that every knows and understands. Truthfully, there are still those people who ask the question, what does HBCU stand for? To answer that question, HBCU stands for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and there are currently just over 100 schools that fall into that category.
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