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Civil Rights Icon, HBCU grad and Congressman John Lewis with co-editor Chris Cathcart
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Your Story Is Our Story.
Quick HBCU Fact: Established in 1865, Shaw University was the first HBCU in the South to be established after the American Civil War.
Foreword by Congressman and
HBCU graduate Elijah E. Cummings (Howard University).
Introduction by Allissa Richardson,
college professor and HBCU
graduate. (Xavier University)
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Sports and Activities
Pictured: Mr. John T. Crawford
Johnson C. Smith University - Circa 1960
Protest and Activism
Love and Romance
Mentors and Guidance
And so much more, including road trips, dorm life, work-study, Homecomings, graduations, etc.
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And Support our HBCUs.
Co-edited by Black college alumni Dr. Tia Tyree and Christopher D. Cathcart, HBCU Experience – The Book celebrates the rich legacy of our Black colleges and the experiences of those who attended HBCUs.
It details real-life stories of the HCBU Experience through the voices of the proud students who lived them.
These stories, which range from blissful recollections to tales of trials and tribulations, are all authentic and
heart-felt. Vol. 2 promises much more of the same, and beyond. Please join the movement.
The breakthrough anthology details such Experiences as:
Mentors and Guidance
Stepping and ...
Some of the HBCUs on Tap for Vol. 2 - and counting
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