This annual event is held for members of both collegiate and graduate members across the state of Mississippi.
This annual event is held for members of both collegiate and graduate members across the state of Mississippi. This year our focuses are on the after affects of covid, planning and writing grant proposals, mental health in black men, grief, and resources that will help build chapters. Our speakers will include Brother Dr. Vernon Rayford, Mississippi State Director Sedric Scott, Brother Reverend Bernard Mitchell, and Brother Jeremy Pittman. This event will consist of a community service project with the local adopt a school and tailgating experience for brothers to enjoy.
September 17, 2022 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Mississippi Valley State University, 1400 US 82, Itta Bena, Mississippi
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