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D.J's Music Site HBCU Campaign Fund President & Founder Represents UAPB in HBCU Spotlight on The HBCU Nation Radio Show
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596B3F69-49FC-4552-918A-99568B6E581F.png_zpsxo2hxtfu.jpegICYMI - D.J's Music Site HBCU Campaign Fund's President and Founder Mr. Demetrius Johnson, Jr., represented his HBCU (historically black college and university) on The HBCU Nation Radio Show this past Saturday (June 20) in the HBCU Spotlight.

The HBCU Nation is a non-profit advocacy initiative founded in 2012, committed to answering that "call". They have literally adopted the them of the President's Executive order 13532 as their vision "to promote HBCU excellence, innovation and sustainability." With a current enrollment of 300,000 students , the President recognizes that Historical Black Colleges and Universities figure prominently in America being able to achieve its higher education goals.

Mr. Johnson was featured on the HBCU Spotlight representing his HBCU, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff in a way of its positive highlights and achievement in its years as an HBCU land-grant institution in the state of Arkansas. The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff was authorized in 1873 by the Reconstruction-era legislature as the Branch Normal College. In 1927, the school severed its ties with the University of Arkansas and became Arkansas Agricultural, Mechanical & Normal College (AM&N) and it moved to its current campus location in 1929. In 1972, AM&N merged back with the University of Arkansas system and became what it is now as well as gained its university status as the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) .

You can listen to Mr. Johnson HBCU Spotlight interview representing UAPB on The HBCU nation here.



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