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Alabama NewsCenter — These new scholarships are helping Alabama students achieve their dreams

| October 23, 2021 @ 10:00 am

By Dennis Washington

The University of South Alabama (USA) and 100 Black Men of Greater Mobile (100) have partnered to create two scholarships as part of an effort to remember people who have suffered from systems of oppression and injustice.

The first, named the 100 Black Men USA Scholars of Perseverance and Social Justice, is a full-tuition scholarship for an incoming freshman who is a graduate of Blount High School, Davidson High School, LeFlore Magnet High School, B.C. Rain High School, Vigor High School or Williamson High School; has a minimum high school GPA of 3.0, has a minimum ACT score of 21, has demonstrated financial need and is underrepresented in their community.

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