Urban Assembly Hosts The Black Man Can Institute At Hunter College

May 30, 2018

The Urban Assembly will host TheBlackManCan Institute, an organization designed to uplift, empower, educate, motivate young men of color.  The event will be a one-day series of workshops focusing on various ways to inspire young men of color.

Members of the press covering the event are invited to attend.

  • Chris Carter, Host of First Things First and NFL Hall of Famer (keynote)
  • Alfred Blake, Assistant Director of Entrepreneurship at Rutgers
  • Zo Brown, CEO of Zo Brown Speaks
  • Malik Champlain, CEO of Passion Hunger Drive
  • Ronald Draper, Artist and Creator Ronald Draper Art
  • Edison Jaquez, Founder of B-Men Mentoring
  • Steven McCoy, Senior Editor at Entertainment Scoop
  • Kevin Saunders, Motivational Speaker and Poet KS4Inspiration 
  • Meatloaf Scalesa, Owner of Rockboy Choppers Inc.
  • Chike Uzoka, Commercial Real Estate Expert and Certified Business Coach
  • Orane William, Motivational Youth Speaker

To learn more about our network of public schools, please visit www.urbanassembly.org

Photo credit: Eagle-Academy-for-Young-Men-of-Harlem-final.

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