"You can’t stop Homecoming, our culture is too big and our HBCU community deserves more," Support Black Colleges' Corey Arvinger & Justin Phillips tell Billboard.
The Support Black Colleges clothing line linked up with creative brand studio Studio Ten85 for the celebration of Black culture. The HBCU Virtual Homecoming invites current students, alumni, potential students and others to attend a Build Your Own Brand business and entrepreneurship conference; a "Pitch Please" startup competition in the style of Shark Tank; a step show competition; and separate hip-hop and gospel concerts. Mulatto, Blac Youngsta, Moneybagg Yo, Gemaine, Marvin Sapp, Kierra Sheard, Koryn Hawthorne and DJ Jae Murphy are also performing.
"You can’t stop Homecoming, our culture is too big and our HBCU community deserves more. These times have proved to be trying but we are going to give HBCU students everything we have," Corey Arvinger and Justin Phillips, CEOs and co-founders of Support Black Colleges, said in a joint press statement.