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Congressional Black Caucus Members Visit “the Hill” (697 hits)

Florida A&M University (FAMU)’s ROTC was in the spotlight as members of the Congressional Black Caucus visited the campus and spoke with students and campus leaders.


Today, Congressional Representatives Al Lawson of Florida, Alma Adams of North Carolina and Anthony Brown of Maryland expressed their support, listened to gain a better understanding and build on the partnership between the Department of Defense and HBCUs.


Vice President of the United Negro College Fund Dr. Michael Lomax also participated. FAMU was one of several HBCU’s visited by the delegation. ROTC Cadets gave the national leaders, who met with President Larry Robinson, a tour of their facilities and the campus.

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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Wednesday, March 28th 2018 at 12:34PM
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