Our Mission

What is our objective?

Our objective is to maintain the legacy of greatness found at HBCUs by sharing the wealth of knowledge and truth found in the words of alumni and students.

How do we do it?

We document and share the thoughts and experiences of HBCU alumni and students.

For whom do we do it?

For the alumni whose stories deserve an audience

For the youth who need inspirational guidance from their own community

For the HBCUs that have provided quality education for generations

What is the value of what we do?

We facilitate the interchange of knowledge and provide networking opportunities with HBCUs and their supporters with the aim of uplifting the national and international reputation of HBCUs.

We enlighten students, professors, and organizations to the impact they have had (and continue to have) on the success of students and alumni worldwide.

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Latest Interviews
Iran Paylor, Bowie State University- c/o 2017, Mass Communications/Broadcast Journalism
Iran  Paylor, Bowie State University- c/o 2017, Mass Communications/Broadcast Journalism
Iran Paylor
Maya Crenshaw, Howard University- c/o 2017, Psychology
Maya  Crenshaw, Howard University- c/o 2017, Psychology
Maya Crenshaw
Shannon Edgerson, Jackson State University- c/o 2012, Urban and Regional Planning
Shannon  Edgerson, Jackson State University- c/o 2012, Urban and Regional Planning
Shannon Edgerson
Roderick Brown, Lane College- c/o 2012, Computer Information Science
Roderick Brown, Lane College- c/o 2012, Computer Information Science
Roderick Brown
Senaia S. Harris , West Virginia State University- c/o 2018, Communications with a focus in Public Relations
Senaia  S. Harris , West Virginia State University- c/o 2018, Communications with a focus in Public Relations
Senaia S. Harris
Elleni Almandrez, Howard University- c/o 2010, Journalism/Public Relations
Elleni has a passion for social change and currently works for a progressive public relations agency, working with great nonprofits and foundations.
Elleni Almandrez
Feleisha Goode, Johnson C. Smith University- c/o 2019, Social Work
Feleisha Goode, Johnson C. Smith University- c/o 2019, Social Work
Feleisha Goode
Beloved Jones-Dillard, Saint Augustine's University- c/o 2005, Organizational Management
Miss Black & Gold 1984
Beloved Jones-Dillard
Shanell Dixon, Wilberforce University- c/o 2014, Accounting
HBCU Educated
Shanell Dixon
Shameka Gillespie, Johnson C. Smith University- c/o 2014, Criminology
Shameka Gillespie, Johnson C. Smith University- c/o 2014, Criminology
Shameka Gillespie
Kanisha Hall, Howard University- c/o 2008, Medicine
Kanisha Hall, Howard University- c/o 2008, Medicine
Kanisha Hall
Miss Mykie, Howard University- c/o 2007, N/A
TV Personality
Miss Mykie
Testimonials on HBCUs

Kentucky State University is the smallest school in the state of Kentucky and one of the few in the area with Central State and Wilberforce being about 2hrs away and Tennessee state, 3hrs away. With that said, I get to experience amazing diversity in that I’ve met people from and gone to cities like Chicago, Il, Cincinnati, OH, St. Louis, Missouri, and Indianapolis, Indiana.

- Riah L. Williams

I decided to become a student at Spelman because it was my number 1 choice. The sisterhood is one of a kind. Coming from a family of all boys, a sister was well needed. I decided when I got the acceptance letter and thanked God for the faith I held on to.

- Alexis Clark
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