HBCU Advocates Lobby U.S. Congress for More Support | Afro
Alumni, leaders and students of historically Black colleges and universities recently lobbied members of the U.S. Congress for increased support.
On April 27, the HBCU Collective, an advocacy group comprised primarily of graduates of Black higher education institutions, convened on the U.S. Capitol for a national day of action and visited representatives’ offices to talk about the importance of increased federal support for the colleges and universities they represent.
Morgan State University President Dr. David Wilson attended a recent day of lobbying in support of HBCUs on Capitol Hill. (Courtesy Photo)
“Alumni and students play an integral role in …