Publishing Firm Pledges 50 Percent of Profits for Scholarships at HBCUs

A new audio book company has pledged to donate half of all its profits to scholarships for students at the nation’s historically black colleges and universities.

The company ATuskegeeAudio.com has produced 18 audio books. The first release is The Mushroom People by Charles R. Gray, who is CEO of the new publishing operation. He started the company due to a lack of diversity in stories and fairytales for African-American children.


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