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Updated: Feb 8


My best HBCU memory would be the time when I attended Homecoming with my Grandfather (Class of 71’). It seemed as though life came full circle. Rewind back 15 years ago there I was in my grandfather’s office as he sang the Hampton Alma mater, little did I know I’d end up there as well speaking at a homecoming event alongside other alum and enjoying the beautiful faces and sweetness of the HBCU Homecoming experience. One thing I love most about my HBCU is its rich history, the place of where slaves were freed, the place where the Emancipation Proclamation was read. That’s what keeps me going, that’s what I love the most. ------ Alma Mater: O Hampton, a thought sent from Heaven above, To be a great soul's inspiration; We sing thee the earnest of broad human love, The shrine of our heart's adoration. …

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