November 25, 2000

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One of the advantages of having EDUCATE BLACK AMERICA on the Internet is complete access to the information on a 24-hour per day/365 day per year basis. Students, parents, working professionals, and members of the general population can access America’s Black Collegians and The Black Higher Education Channel from home, public libraries, schools, work as well as the computers of family, friends, and associates. Access to this information will never be an obstacle as long as people who want and need to know have a commitment to success, perseverance, and persistence. As an example, the EDUCATE BLACK AMERICA initiative was developed and launched with public computer access.

At the America’s Black Collegians web site, a full array of general questions and answers are provided in the ABOUT US section. You can find out about how the program works and how it can benefit you.

Each learning provider on The Black Higher Education Channel provides complete details about their individual programs on their web sites.

EDUCATE BLACK AMERICA was built so that people who are challenged to fulfill their dreams will come.

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America’s Black Colleges Fund, Inc. 2000
America’s Black Collegians
www.am-blk-coll.com

Are you a student or parent looking for financial aid? If you are, go to the Scholarship section on the web site and find out about the four America’s Black Collegians scholarship programs.

Do you feel that building and strengthening Black Higher Education opportunities is important for Black progress and prosperity in America? Do you want to play a part? You can by supporting the America’s Black Collegians program.

To make a difference for many deserving students, the four America’s Black Collegians scholarship programs are funded from products and services ordered and bought from our web site. Students can save money and help support the America’s Black Collegians Scholarship Fund when they buy their books from BIGWORDS. Families can shop at leading retail stores and outlets. Drivers can comparison shop for insurance with Progressive. Businesses and individuals can get the highest quality of financial services from American Express as well as voice and data communications from MCI WorldCom.

We are constantly exploring new opportunities to offer the highest quality of products and services with state of the art security for your privacy and financial transactions.

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America’s Black Collegians
www.am-blk-coll.com

The Black Higher Education Channel
www.blackhighereducation.com

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SWEEPSTAKES

JOIN the ABC Club (no purchase necessary) and automatically become eligible to win cash payments for college expenses and credits for book purchases from BIGWORDS, the Internet’s largest seller of college textbooks at discount prices.

Drawings held monthly by an independent CPA firm and require separate entries each month. (Limit of one award per year.) Full details, rules and regulations can be found on the America’s Black Collegians web site, www.am-blk-coll.com.

The scholarship awards can be even greater when you buy your textbooks from BIGWORDS, get auto insurance quotes from Progressive, better manage your personal and business finances through American Express and use MCI WorldCom for your voice and data communications.

Membership in the ABC Club has other benefits beside qualification for the Scholarship Sweepstakes. Members will receive timely and up to date information on jobs, career and financial planning, investments, leisure, recreation, and travel. The ABC Club Newsletter will cover these topics and more to give club members the information and tools they need to improve the quality of their lives and to better prepare for the future.

*The size of the scholarship pool will depend on the volume of purchases from the America’s Black Collegians web site and other advertising fees.

The Black Higher Education Channel
www.blackhighereducation.com

1. Are you a student looking for the right college or university? See America’s Black Collegians Network, Historically Black colleges and Universities, and College Selection

2. Are you interested in trade careers and specialized training after high school? See Trade and Career

3. Are you a working professional looking to build your skills and enhance your career and job prospects? See Professional and Management Education

4. Are you interested in attending college or taking college courses but can’t fit it into your schedule? See Distance Learning

5. Are you a parent of a K-12 child interested in programs, techniques, and resources that can improve their performance? See K-12

EDUCATE BLACK AMERICA is a new Internet-based initiative that provides scholarships, information on financial aid, and excellent resources from education experts on making the best education choices and decisions. We believe that making the right career and school choice is equally as important as having the ability and financial resources to pursue higher education.

From our dual web sites, America’s Black Collegians, www.am-blk-coll.com, and The Black Higher Education Channel, www.blackhighereducation.com, visitors can get all the necessary details on choices from K-12 to college to career and trade education to professional and management development to distance learning and continuing education. Also included is a comprehensive directory of scholarships and financial aid.

Our sites are constantly expanding and designed to provide the “Best from the Web.” Our scholarship and financial aid focus is on Black students but our comprehensive directory of educational choices is a valuable resource for all students. We have, however, set aside a special section, “Diversity Seekers” in the America’s Black Collegians Network to identify some colleges and universities that are making outstanding efforts to diversify their campuses. In recognition of their efforts, America’s Black Collegians is establishing special scholarship funds for these schools.

We invite you to join us and welcome your support.

For more information, contact:
Alvin J. Lee, America’s Black Collegians
E-mail: mindsandmoney@usa.net
Phone: 410-355-1616

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