Monday, March 9, 2009


Thursday, March 5, 2009

Morehouse Summer Program - Atlanta

MOREHOUSE SUMMER PROGRAM - 10th & 11th Grade You may know someone . . . Please pass on this opportunity for our young men. . . .

Any Brothers or Sisters who have Sons, Nephews or younger brothers please read....

Morehouse Summer Program @ Morehouse College in Atlanta , GA - will be offering a Summer Institute (Project Identity) for African-American
males entering the 10th and 11th grades.

Three weeks at Morehouse - June 7 - 28
Creative Writing -
SAT Prep -
Debate -
Pre-Calculus -
Leadership development -
Enrichment activities -

$400 fee (includes meals, housing and activities).

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PROJECT IDENTITY is a federally funded program designed to stimulate interest in college attendance and the awareness of college entrance requirements for African-American and other minority males attending middle school. The Project aims to help to develop and sustain the capacity of middle schools to prepare these young boys for high school and post-secondary education. By providing a network of support, particularly for the adults who influence middle school students, specifically, their counselors and families, Project Identity strives to channel and direct more minority males to higher education. Project Identity will give special attention to boys from backgrounds and communities that historically have not encouraged large numbers to pursue, enroll and succeed in post-secondary education.
The vision of Project Identity is to expose middle school male students to the best academic resources and cultural activities so that learning becomes a source of inspiration to not only pursue the college option but to do so with enthusiasm and vigor. By assisting both parents and school counselors, Project Identity will create a learning environment for participants that extends beyond the classroom.

FOR MORE INFO GO TO: Morehouse Summer Program

Briggette K. Woodard

Sunday, March 1, 2009

2009 Honoring Living History Banquet Pictures

Below is the link to view pictures from the "Honoring Living History" Breakfast Banquet, held this past Saturday in Johnson City, in honor of Bishop Aaron H. Redd, Sr.

2009 Honoring Living History