RICH IN HBCU TALENT
The City of Birmingham invites you to connect with the Mayor's office as we celebrate the rich HBCU talent in our city and how we live, work, and play in The Magic City.
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RICH IN HBCU TALENT

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“In Birmingham you have a huge HBCU network with the largest amount of HBCUs in Alabama.”

Coreata Houser,
Tuskeegee University, Class of 2010
Deputy Director,
Dept of Innovation and Economic Opportunity,
City of Birmingham