SPRINGCOMING FOUNDERS EXPLAIN THEIR DESIRE TO CELEBRATE HBCUS BEYOND JUST THE FALL HOMECOMING EXPERIENCE

Two Historically Black College and University (HBCU) graduates are ensuring that the culture is celebrated year-round and not just during homecoming season.

After creating and launching an event in New York City for HBCU graduates to come together proved to be a huge success, George A. Peters II and Lauren Grove decided to take their love for the institutions that helped to shape them to the next level by launching HBCU SpringComing —  an annual festival that both encourages community and honors the spirit of the southern Black collegiate homecoming beloved by individuals all over.

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