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Black Women and Young Black Men Respond to The Case for Black Male Achievement

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The Case for
Black Male Achievement
Part Two:
A National Conversation on How America Can Elevate Its Prominence by Investing in Black Men and Boys
WURD 900 AM (Philadelphia)

Friday, November 28, 2014
Part Two
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Eastern Time, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Central Time, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm Mountain Time, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Pacific Time

This is part-two of a national conversation on being a Black man in America. This segment includes Black Women for Black Male Achievement, Young Champions of Black Male Achievement and remarks on Black Male Achievement by Shawn Dove.

  • Opening Remarks: Eric Grimes
  • Remarks: Shawn Dove
  • Roundtable Discussion: Black Women for Black Male Achievement - Dr. Doreen Loury, Cheryl Rene Blue and Jeannette Simon
  • Roundtable Discussion: Young Champions of Black Male Achievement - Darrin McCall, Richard Taylor and Sheldon Smith
Dr. Doreen Loury - Assistant Professor of African American History, Arcadia University; Cheryl Rene Blue - Community Activist - Milwaukee; Jeannette Simon - Concerned Black Men National

Darrin McCall, Director of Programs - Youth Empowerment Project; Richard Taylor, Motivational Speaker; Sheldon Smith, Executive Director - The Dovetail Project.

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50,000 young Black men and boys will be mentored
with a curriculum of
Black Male Achievement
National Mentoring Month
January 2015
Will your elementary school, high school, college, church, fraternity, community organization, youth organization, sports team, street organization (gang), youth detainment facility or any other organization that has control of the minds of young Black men and

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