HBCU SpringComing festival headed to Birmingham for second year

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – We are only a few weeks away from hosting a festival in Birmingham that celebrates the Historically Black Colleges and Universities or HBCU experiences. It’s called HBCU SpringComing and will have events, scholarships, panels, and service activities.

On Tuesday, the Birmingham City Council approved $165,000 to help sponsor the event. City leaders say the money will be used for facilities, stages, lights, branding, and materials that students will use.

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