Black Men in America: A Real Conversation

Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, 4:30–6 p.m.
K Building, Room K.3360

Student African American Brotherhood/Brother2Brother (SAAB/B2B) present “Black Men in America: A Real Conversation.”

This panel discussion will feature:Student African American Brotherhood

  • Alex Pate, associate professor of African-American and African studies at the University of Minnesota
  • E.G. Bailey, Liberian-born actor, spoken word artist, filmmaker, playwright and producer
  • Lennie Chism, entrepreneurial activist and creator of the Black Pages
  • Brandon Royce-Diop, a student in the Masters of Education and Teaching Licensure Program at the University of St. Thomas and policy fellow and the 2011 Advocacy Fellow with Minnesota Minority Education Partnership bringing critical support to the African American Males in Education Advisory

This event is open to everyone. For more information: b2b@minneapolis.edu or 612-659-6000 ext. 4287

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3 Responses to Black Men in America: A Real Conversation

  1. Minneapolis is suffering from Black leadership groups that don’t have the best interest of Black males in mind. Rather than working towards new leadership, groups like African American Leadership Forum and the Minneapolis Urban League are so far removed from the Black male that they both should close. I look forward to this conversation.

  2. Pingback: Part 1: Student African American Brotherhood/B2B at MCTC Presents: Black Men in America – A Real Conversation

  3. Jackie says:

    Is there anyway this can be streamed online?

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