CEDAR FALLS --- The Nu Chi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc will be hosting the "Summit on The Black Male: Living, Loving and Learning," Nov. 5 in the UNI Maucker Union Ballroom.

The program will run 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Before Nov. 5, participants can register online at http://iowablackmalesummit.eventbrite.com.

Breakfast and lunch will be served, and the event is free and open to the public for men ages 13 and up.

The purpose of the event is to develop a forum for African-American men that provide solutions to improve education, health, wellness, and relationship challenges.

Guest speakers include:

Herman "Skip" Mason, president, Alpha Phil Alpha Fraternity Inc.; interim vice president, student services/dean of students and college archivist, Morehouse College, Atlanta.

Dwight Watson: dean and professor, College of Education, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls.

Dr. Carline Quander: gastroenterologist, Covenant Clinic, Waterloo.

Charletta Sudduth: early childhood education consultant, Waterloo Community Schools.

Henry J. Bevel III: McCoy, Riley, Shea & Bevel law firm, Waterloo.

The Rev. Michael E. Coleman: pastor, Antioch Baptist Church, Waterloo.

Michael Mercurio, senior vice president, Financial Resource Advisors, Waterloo.

The Rev. Abraham Funchess, executive director, Waterloo Human Rights Commission; pastor, Jubilee United Methodist Church, Waterloo.

Wilfred "Mickye" Johnson, director, Classic Upward Bound Program, University of Northern Iowa-Center for Urban Education, Waterloo.

Robert Tyson, retired principal, Waterloo Community Schools.

Jeff Ferguson, Retired teacher, Waterloo Community Schools.

Dr. Paul E. Richardson, urologist, Northern Iowa Urological Associates PC, Waterloo.

For more information call 721-7186 or 610-4170, email james_n_brown@hotmail.com.


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