Talks & Tours

African-American Males in the Community: What We Can Do to Serve

Wednesday, November 13 | 6:00 - 9:00 PM

In celebration of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.'s Achievement Week, members of the Omega Psi Phi - Nu Omega Chapter of Detroit will host a dynamic panel discussion about leadership—specifically, the importance of Black male voices in civic life.

Moderated by Robert Thornton, a former Senior Program Officer at the Skillman Foundation, this wide-ranging discussion and video presentation (free and open to the public at large) will touch on a variety of topics, including strategies to cultivate Black male leaders in our communities.

Panelists for this evening's event will include:

  • Judge Ulysses Boykin - 3rd Circuit Court of Wayne County
  • Dr. Ken Harris - President & CEO, National Business League
  • Dr. Delorean Griffin - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, St. Joseph's Hospital
  • Senator Marshall Bullock - District 4, Michigan State Senate
  • Mr. Steven McGhee - Superintendent, Harper Woods Schools
  • Rev. Dr. Robert Brumfield - Pastor Oak Grove AME Church

Enjoy drinks at a cash bar before the event.

Can't make it to the panel? Don't worry, we've got a livestream set up for you to hear the discussion from afar.