Birmingham to Host HBCU SpringComing March 17-19

With more Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) than any other state in the country, with the Magic City Classic the largest HBCU football rivalry in the nation and with hundreds of HBCU alums in the city, including the mayor, few places can serve as a better host for the HBCU SpringComing than Birmingham, Alabama on March 17-19.

“What better place to really double down our efforts and showcase [HBCUs’] contributions than in Birmingham, Alabama,” said Cornell Wesley, director of the city’s office of Innovation and Economic Opportunity and an HBCU grad who attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA.

Learn More At The Birmingham Times

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