Master P Headlining as Keynote Speaker at HBCU Leadership Summit in Atlanta


The HBCU Xperience is a must-see in Atlanta, Georgia. As we know, networking is an integral part of leveling up in our society and during The HBCU Xperience, the HBCU Leadership Summit sought to provide young black students with the best information that can help them acquire the necessary skills and mindset. to achieve and achieve their goals. .

This year’s event took place December 16-18 at the Southern Exchange Ballrooms and featured a conversation between the students and acclaimed rapper / serial entrepreneur, Master P. Master P, real name Percy Miller, shared his ideas on how to achieve your goals. and stay focused. He told funny childhood stories with deep meanings attached to them. One quote that caught the attention of a lot of people was, “Either you can stay on the ground with the pigeons or fly with the eagles” which means taking note of the company you keep so you can grow.

The HBCU Xperience also ran a pitch competition which allowed students to compete for funding for their organization or business. It was a well organized event and Master P was more than gracious with his knowledge sharing. He certainly set the bar high for other speakers to follow. Check out some of the photos from the HBCU Leadership Summit at HBCU Xperience below!

Blavity U Ambassador TyJon Goodlow is a photographer and sophomore computer science student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Check out more of his work on Instagram.

Master P arrives at the HBCU Leadership Summit

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Master P passes his knowledge on to the next generation of black entrepreneurs

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The participants of the pitch competition.

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Blavity U Ambassador TyJon Goodlow is a photographer and sophomore computer science student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. Check out more of his work on Instagram.

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