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Support African American Student Scholarships!

$4,175
104%
Raised toward our $4,000 Goal
38 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on October 31, at 11:59 PM PDT
Project Owners

MONIQUE

Turrentine

$25

Oct 27, 2021

BRANDI WOODARD

In Memory of Mrs. Lurlean Norris, momo

$100

Oct 27, 2021

Archie

Sherie

$50

Oct 27, 2021

Aurellia

Anderson Thompson

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 27, 2021

Patty

Cappelluti

$80

Oct 27, 2021

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 27, 2021

Arica

Washington

$100

Oct 27, 2021

GUTIERREZ

MARANDA

$10

Oct 27, 2021

Keys

Thomas

$10

Oct 27, 2021

Lee Ann

Eager

$100

Oct 27, 2021

Anonymous

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 25, 2021

Racey Leffall

In Memory of Mrs. Lurlean Louise Norris

$100

Oct 25, 2021

Shirley

Coleman

$50

Oct 25, 2021

Bryant

Darlene

$25

Oct 25, 2021

Denise

Anderson

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 25, 2021

David

Drexler

$50

Oct 25, 2021

Anonymous

$100

Oct 25, 2021

Lynisha

Senegal

$1,000

Oct 23, 2021

Anonymous

$50

Oct 21, 2021

Roy

Brown

$100

Oct 21, 2021

Amelia

Brown

$100

Oct 20, 2021

Kurt

Madden

Undisclosed Amount

Oct 16, 2021

Kamela Harris

In Memory of Michael Emery Harris

$50

Oct 15, 2021

Darlene

Bryant

$10

Oct 14, 2021

Mitchell

Shaw

$100

Oct 14, 2021
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$10

Jack Johnson

Jack Johnson became the first African American man to hold the World Heavyweight Champion boxing title in 1908.

$25

John Mercer Langston

The first Black man to become a lawyer when he passed the bar in Ohio in 1854. He was also the great-uncle of Langston Hughes.

$50

George Washington Carver

He developed 300 derivative products from peanuts, among them cheese, milk, coffee, flour, ink, dyes, plastics, wood stains, soap, linoleum, medicinal oils and cosmetics. *Giving at this level will earn you a shout out on our Social Media pages!

$100

Shirley Chisholm

First African-American woman elected to the House of Representatives in 1968. Then in 1972 she became the first major party African American candidate and the first female candidate or President of the United States. *Giving at the level earns you a shout out on our Social Media pages!

$200

Jackie Robinson

He became the first African American to play Major League Baseball when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers. He led the league in stolen bases that season and was named Rookie of the Year. *Giving at the level earns you a shout out on our Social Media pages!

$500

Tommie Smith/John Carlos

During the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City Mr. Smith and Mr. Carlos wore black gloves and gave a salute during the anthem, a salute many refer to as the black power first. *Giving at the level earns you a shout out on our Social Media pages!

$1,000

Oprah Winfrey

A well known philanthropist, she became the first Black woman to anchor a nightly news program in Nashville at the 19. She became the first Black female Billionaire. *Giving at the level earns you a shout out on our Social Media pages.