This event is designed to enhance the academic, cultural and psycho-social development of the Black male student population of the University. The summit workshops explore various topics that address specific issues of being young Black men in today's society.
- Intercultural Relations
- 2109 Webb University Center
- 757-683-4406 (office)
- 757-683-5360 (fax)
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