CAPITOL HILL | APRIL 22, 2020
We stand together in solidarity with students, alumni, and people who care about the existence, sustainability, and growth of HBCUs.
we stand together in solidarity with students, alumni, and people who care about the existence, sustainability, and growth of HBCUs.
HBCU Collective is committed to working with state and federal legislators to preserve and grow the impact of Historically Black Colleges and Universities through ensuring that it is not only a top priority of our elected officials, but that resources are allocated to ensure HBCUs are adequately funded.
Alumni and students who work in politics and advocacy formed the HBCU Collective to urge state and federal leaders to create policies to strengthen Historically Black Colleges and Universities. We are asking fellow students, alumni and friends of HBCUs to join us in Washington, D.C. on April 22, 2020 for a national day of action to advocate for: