100 Years Later! Where Are We Now?
03/07/2013, LIU Brooklyn Event - 100 Years Later Mar 7Health Sciences Building, Room 107, LIU Brooklyn, 7:00 - 10:00 PM
The National Pan-Hellenic Council of LIU Brooklyn presents a program on the misconceptions surrounding Black Greek-lettered organizations. The goal of this seminar is to educate the community on the philosophies and principles of African-American fraternities, reclaim Brothers’ commitment to their beloved organization, bolster interest in undergraduate and alumni chapter enrollment, and address the issue of self-evaluation and critical thinking within fraternities. Guest speakers, Dr. Andre McKenzie and Dr. Rodney Cohen, will lead a discussion on the beginning steps and foundation of Black Greek-Lettered organizations. Dr. Cohen will be speaking on his article “Black Fraternities at 100: Are They Fulfilling Their Legacy?”
For more information, please contact Ibrahim Traore, Director of Educational Activities for the Gamma Iota Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Graduate Assistant for LIU Brooklyn Admissions at Ibrahim.firstname.lastname@example.org or the National Pan-Hellenic Council of LIU Brooklyn at email@example.com.
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