Brothers from our chapter were well represented at Bethel AME Church Scholarship Day on Sunday October 20, 2019. Through our chapter and individual donations we contributed $675.00 to their scholarship fund. Fifteen brothers and the AAYI Kappa Foundation contributed to these donations. We thank God for this successful event.
On Sunday, September 22, 2019, the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti-Inkster Alumni Chapter joined the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. According to the Alzheimer’s Association this event is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. The Alzheimer’s Association was sponsor of the walk, which is held in 600 communities throughout the
The Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti-Inkster Alumni chapter volunteered for the the Prime Time Family Reading Time again this year. The event was held on Monday, September 9, 2019 at the Ypsilanti Downtown Library. For the past five years, the chapter has lead the kick off for this event. Brothers in attendance included: Phil Anderson, Melvin Hampton, Jeff
The Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti-Inkster Alumni Chapter was able to provide 100 free turkeys to the communities we serve for the Thanksgiving Holiday. This is our largest contribution for Thanksgiving to date. The turkeys were donated to the chapter by Mr. Amad Elzayat who is president of the Amity Foundation. Brothers were broken into three teams that
Come out and join your Brothers and other men in the Community who are concerned about their health, want to fellowship with others in the community, and enjoy a free hot breakfast. Our own Brother, Dr. Scott Mial, will be a presenter along with Brother Dwayne Gill, Comedy Cop, Lansing Alumni. There will be free
One out of every three African-Americans males will be incarcerated during their lifetime. How long will Americans tolerate a dual justice system? We cannot afford to ignore this catastrophic growth in incarceration! Sadly, the incarceration rate for African-American females is spiraling rapidly. It is both unjust and unfair to future generations of African Americans for