CHICAGO, IL – The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization and its Ronald Baba Kwesi Harris Division of Historical Records re-kicks off its ‘107 Days of HBCU History’ campaign celebrating the founders and values of why Historically Black Colleges and Universities are very vital to today’s society and its founding mission.
The campaign is sponsored by HCF’s Ronald Kwesi Harris Division of Historical Records and will start on September 3, 2017 and last for approximately 107 days until each HBCU history is displayed. The campaign will also featured spotlight of notable alums and other historical facts that is found interesting and important to know and reflect on. The short history bio’s will be shared through the Division of Historical Records social media handles and will be added to the Division’s section of HCF’s website at www.hbcucampaignfund.org/divisions/historicalrecords/107daysofhbcuhistory.
You soon will be able to find the day by day schedule of which day which HBCU will be featured soon.
“I am thrilled of the idea of our Division of Historical Records for hosting this campaign to bringing more positive awareness and knowledge of the prestigious history of our Historically Black Colleges and Universities. As we approach Black History Month, I hope that this campaign educate our ethnicity and others about the importance of HBCU education. I hope it also other brings attention to college seeking students on their perspective on choosing to attend a HBCU. Please join, share and embrace on this paramount campaign.” said Demetrius Johnson, Jr., president and CEO, Founder of HCF.
You may join in on the campaign by following its official hashtag at #HCF107DaysofHBCUHistory and you can follow the Division of Historical Records on social media:
Facebook: HCF Division of Historical Records
For more information about HCF 107 Days of HBCU History campaign, contact HCF at 773.988.2106 or email@example.com.