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I am so excited. In two days I will premiere the first episode of my web series, “Krystal Grant Stomps The Yard“. This is truly a labor of love and I’ve worked so hard on all the production aspects of it. My family has been so gracious and supportive of me over the past three months while I put this project together. It’s only because of them that I could make this happen. They’ve stomped the yard right along with me and assisted me with camera work, interviews and ideas.
On February 1 you will finally get a chance to see the first installment of the series that I’ve been repeatedly tweeting and facebooking about. My goal is to educate the world on the importance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. I hope this series will encourage high school students to consider an HBCU as their college of choice. I also hope HBCU alumni will be more willing to give back to their college.
I have to admit that I’m quite nervous. This is the first “big” thing I’ve done. And I consider this a pretty big thing. I’ve spent time, effort, and money to make this come to pass. I hope you enjoy this series and become inspired. Be sure to subscribe to “KG Stomps The Yard” on YouTube so you won’t miss any episodes. Share the link with your friends. And leave a comment to let me know what you think.
I am very excited to officially announce my latest project. Krystal Grant Stomps The Yard is a 5 part web series that delves into the history, campus, academics, and student life at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. This 5 part documentary embraces the important impact that Black colleges have on America and the world. Take a look at the official trailer for my web series below. Click here to get updated information on the webisodes which premiere February 1, 2012.