“EBONY HBCU QUEENS” Tuskegee University Queens Only School Featured All Six Years #blackgirlmagic
Tuskegee University is the only university to be featured in Ebony’s annual HBCU Queens. Ebony’s HBCU Queens are the top 10 queens voted on by the student body and general public. You are allowed vote 3 times a day evening each school’s chance’s of being featured. Each queen has a platform and has to demonstrate how they are creating change within it.
FEATURED HBCU QUEENS
Sierra Gray – Miss 2015 Tuskegee University
Tequiles Celestin – Miss 2014 Tuskegee University
Randi Lerai Harrison – Miss 2013 Tuskegee University
Alexandria Wilson – Miss 2012 Tuskegee University
Breana Watkins – Miss 2011 Tuskegee University
Tori Diance Massey – Miss 2010 Tuskegee University
The Queen’s work hard to uphold this title and represent their perspective universities well. Hampton University and Florida A & M University have both been featured four times. This year’s voting is ending January 15 so it’s not too late to get your queen featured in Ebony. This is a huge honor for the school and the participants. This also open’s several networking opportunities for each young lady. Current, past and future students need to log-on and support our HBCU’s and these hardworking Queens. #Blackgirlmagic
Historically Black Colleges and Universities were founded to promote Black excellence and brilliance, and each reigning beauty was elected by her peers and/or school officials to represent those standards for her institution of higher learning. Click here to find out more about the current dynamic queens representing HBCUs nationwide and vote for your favorite. You are allowed to cast 3 votes in a 24 hour period. So keep coming back every day.
Voting ends at midnight on January 15, 2017.
Read more at EBONY http://www.ebony.com/2016-2017-hbcu-campus-queens-contest-vote-now#ixzz4VetPvlMW
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