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    Marion Johnson Day of Service

    The Washington, DC Alumni Chapter proclaimed in 2018, the Marion Johnson Day of Service as a way to honor the life and legacy of this beloved chapter member. Marion was passionate about helping others, and what better way to channel her passion through a GREAT day of service. This annual event is where the chapter selects a day to participate together with their families in a service project serving those in need in the Washington, DC metro area.

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    10th Annual Hybrid 5k Run/Walk - HBCUs Run the District



    Join the Washington, DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc. for their 10th Annual Hybrid 5K Run/Walk and Community Day at the St. James Wellness and Entertainment Complex located in Springfield, VA, or virtually at any location. The Wilberforce DC Alumni Chapter has been a supporter of the DC Metro HBCU Run/Walk since its creation and is happy to announce over 20 Wilberforce alumni and family members participated in the 2022 Hybrid Run/Walk.

    If you choose the virtual option, the 5K run/walk can be held from any location. You can run, jog, or walk on a road, a trail, on a treadmill at the gym, or on a track. You can run your own race, at your own pace, and time it yourself.

    If you choose to join in person for a fun 5k walk/run in Springfield, VA, this will be a great opportunity for a morning run with fellow HBCU alumni, family, and friends. There is plenty of parking at the facility and overflow parking is available in adjacent areas.

    For more information about the race and how to register, click here


    The Washington, DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc. (DCHBCUAA) is a non-profit community-based organization that consists of alumni chapters of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area. The mission of the DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance is to serve as an advocate for HBCU Alumni Associations by supporting the mission of HBCUs through scholarship fundraising, alumni reclamation, and student recruitment in addition to aligning with the National HBCU Alumni Alliance by supporting and participating in programs that promote higher education, encourage healthy living and fighting hunger.



    Take a look at some of the DC Alumni Chapter’s

    past events, college fairs, and community service projects!