The Inaugural HBCU Sustainability Summit
  

We talk with organizers from the inaugural HBCU Sustainability Summit held in Atlanta, GA. Guests include Benedict College President Roslyn Clark Artis, 100 Black Men Chairman Thomas Dortch, Florida A&M University Board of Trustees Chairman Kelvin Lawson, Alabama State University Foundation Executive Director Jennifer S. Anderson, and Microsoft Sr. Program Manager Damon House.

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  1. HBCUs are always leading the thinking on new technologies and now sustainability as a part of survival. This is with the African-American culture and definitely helps our HBCUs stay relevant. Thanks to those HBCUs that kicked off this Sustainability Summit.

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