HBCU Review: Thurgood Marshall College Fund Launches “I Love My HBCU”

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March Is Officially HBCU Awareness Month

Tennessee State University launches new security measures, Alabama State earns more than $300 million for the state, plus more HBCU news.  —Dominique Zonyéé (@DominiqueZonyee)

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund launched National I Love My HBCU” Month on Monday to honor historically Black colleges and universities and the pride that HBCU students, faculty and alumni exemplify. TMCF hopes National “I Love My HBCU” Month will be an annual month-long celebration.

(Photo: Courtesy of the Thurgood Marshall Fund)

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