Morehouse College & The Atlanta Hawks 2017 HBCU Power Awards
Taking place on October 20th, the HBCU Power Awards highlights the achievements and accomplishments of young alumni who attended HBCUs and are making innovative and leading-edge achievement in business, sports, philanthropy, media, music, technology, TV, film, politics, civil service and fashion.
The HBCU Power Awards was created to herald the accomplishments of scholars who attended historically black colleges and universities and have succeeded against the odds. This special recognition will be given to a select few who exemplify the many who have overcome adversity in society in order to attain unique distinction.
The goal of the HBCU Power Awards is to positively impact a creative synergy between HBCU alumni, students and faculty by strengthening and/or creating relationships among them. The HBCU Power Awards will hopefully inspire many youth to bring their talents to an HBCU. It will also open the door to new and innovative fundraising at Morehouse College.
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