Rdevia Presents HBCU Day of Prayer 2023, an Auxiliary Event of the National HBCU Week Conference, in Collaboration with the White House Initiative on Advancing Education Equity. [USA] – Rdevia is proud to announce the debut of HBCU Day of Prayer 2023, a momentous virtual ceremony presented in collaboration with the White House Initiative on Advancing Education Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunities through Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). This year's program is a recognized auxiliary event of the National HBCU Week Conference, and it promises to be an inspirational and unifying experience for all. View the program at bit.ly/pray4hbcus HBCU Day of Prayer has become an annual tradition, bringing together HBCU Chaplains and religious leaders to pray for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and supporters of HBCUs. This heartfelt ceremony pays homage to the foundation of prayer upon which HBCUs were founded, while also looking forward to a better and brighter future. This year, we will hear prayers from esteemed Chaplains representing the following HBCUs:
Rev. Herbert Brisbon III, M.Div., Dillard University
Rev. Jacob Cogman, M.Div., Howard University
Rev. Kevin Kosh Jr., Associate Visitor of Rdevia
Rev. Michele Morton, Tennessee State University
Rev. Leon Parker III, M.Div., Miles College
Rev. Joseph Scrivner, Ph.D., Stillman College
Their powerful words and spiritual insights will undoubtedly uplift and inspire viewers, reinforcing the vital role that HBCUs play in our communities and nation. In addition to experiencing this remarkable Day of Prayer, we invite all participants to stay connected with Rdevia and remain informed about the essential work we are doing. You can do so by filling out a Friendly 411 form on our website, ensuring that we can continue to keep you updated and engaged in our initiatives. Rdevia remains dedicated to advancing the mission of HBCUs and fostering equitable access to education. Together with the White House Initiative, we look forward to bringing our community closer during this special event.
-- About Rdevia: Rdevia is a Public Charitable 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization that provides resources and opportunities to HBCU Prospects, Students, and Graduates. For more information about Rdevia and our initiatives, please visit rdevia.org. About the White House Initiative on Advancing Education Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunities through Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): The White House Initiative on Advancing Education Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunities through Historically Black Colleges and Universities works closely with the Executive Office of the President on key Administration priorities related to advancing educational equity, excellence, and economic opportunity through HBCUs, in partnership with HBCU leaders, representatives, students, and alumni. For more information about the White House Initiative, please visit sites.ed.gov/whhbcu.