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Thurgood Marshall College Fund Awards More Than $3.3 Million to Students in 2018

by Diverse Staff

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund has awarded more than $3.3.million in scholarship money to students since January 2018, according to a press release issued Monday by the organization.

The money was received by high-achieving students attending historically Black Colleges and universities (HBCUs).

Dr. Harry Williams

According to TMCF, since its inception in 1987, some $300 million in funds has been raised by the non-profit. In that and more than 300,000 students have benefited from the fund.

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