WE REWARD HBCU ALUMNI WHO FIGHT FOR WHAT'S RIGHT

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2021 WINNERS

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Adarian Williams

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Glotavia Morris

Every two years, Rdevia will accept nominations for HBCU Graduates who deserve to win an #HBCUteenth Award. All nominees must work or volunteer to solve issues related to Education Access, Racial Equity, or Social Justice. 

Join us on June 19, 2022 for a Freedom Discussion featuring our 2021 HBCUteenth Winners that will be aired lived on our Rdevia Facebook Page.

PROGRAM SIGNIFICANCE 

On June 19, 1865, word reached Galveston, TX that slavery had been outlawed. Today, this day is celebrated as Juneteenth and HBCUs should be especially proud. Though it unfortunately took more than two years for freedom to reach Texas, the word was definitely getting out and it all started at an HBCU.

One day in 1863, the year President Lincoln signed it into law, the first Southern reading of the Emancipation Proclamation happened under an oak tree near today's Hampton University. That oak tree is known today as Emancipation Oak.

#HBCUteenth is made possible with the support of our Black-Owned Business Partners:

HBCU FRIENDS: Your company or organization can partner with us for #HBCUteenth 2023, by sending an email to info@rdevia.org by August 31, 2022.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2021 FREEDOM JOURNAL