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 giveaways as well.
The Michigan Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., (Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti & Inkster Alumni Chapter) invite you to join us for a Men’s Fellowship Breakfast focused on health and wellness through the holidays and beyond. Kindly help us spread the word about this free community event. Encourage ALL men (including teens) to come hear medical experts talk about ways to be healthier and happier. Come for the health information, answers to your questions, and hot breakfast. Registration is encouraged, program details are below and on the attached flyer. The breakfast is free and open to all men (young & older).
SPECIAL EVENT FEATURES:
- Free Flu Shots (Must be 18 or older)
- Raffle items: Flat Screen Television, Visa Gift Cards Details:
When: Saturday, November 11th from 9:00 – 11:30 am with hot breakfast from 8:30 – 9am.
Location: Washtenaw Community College, Morris Lawrence Building, 4800 E. Huron River Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Register: By clicking on this link: https://mensbreakfastnov17.eventbrite.com or call 734- 998-7071
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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 us to allow this unchecked aggression to continue. We are asking organizations throughout southeastern Michigan to join the mass incarceration/criminal justice reform campaign, Project Fifty-Fifty.
This half-day forum addresses the massive incarceration/criminal justice system forced upon African American families.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Triumph Church, West Campus, 16115 Beck Road, Northville Michigan 48168
- Viewing a ground breaking documentary that chronicles the lives of people and families affected by mass incarceration – “Milwaukee 53206:A Community Serves Time.”
- Engaging round-table discussions with an overview of services and issues impacting the incarcerated and community reentry. Topics range from racial profiling to the reclamation of formerly incarcerated citizens, with recommendations to reduce recidivism and its collateral consequences.
- Coffee, tea, juice, juice, water and a box lunch will be served.
This free event is open to the public.
Due to the urgency of initiating this campaign, participants will not be charged a registration fee. We appeal to individuals, organizations, civic and interfaith groups for your generous financial support to cover the cost for this event. Make checks Payable to Triumph Church – Project Fifty-Fifty, and send to P.O. Box 3256, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Your involvement is essential in eradicating unequal treatment of African Americans in the criminal justice system.
A two-day meal is delivered within the Ann Arbor area on the fourth Saturday of every month. Meals arrive by 10:15 am and deliveries began at 10:30 am. Twelve meals were delivered to five different locations. Five volunteers were present: 2 Brothers from AAYI Alumni Chapter, 2 Kappa Leaguers (RJ Hunt and Denzel Wels) and 1 child, Gabrielle, the granddaughter of Sherman Taylor.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Inkster Alumnae Chapter held an Expungement & Community Resource Fair on May 20, 2017 at the American International Academy School in Inkster, Michigan. The purpose of the event was to help educate individuals on how to clear their criminal record. Polemarch Ted Sturdivant was a featured speaker at this event.
This is the season to be thankful for all the blessing that we have received and all the trouble that our savior has kept us from. This is also the season for giving back to others that are less fortunate than we are. The Chapter provided 20 Thanksgiving Baskets this past Monday afternoon to the communities that we serve. The 20 Thanksgiving Baskets represent the largest amount of Thanksgiving Baskets the Chapter has donated. The Chapter provided eight (8) baskets to Inkster, six (6) baskets to Ypsilanti, and six (6) baskets to Ann Arbor.
Brothers Stafford Watts, Chris Starks, and Jeff Holland handled the shopping for the food. The baskets consisted of food for a family of at least five. The baskets were stuffed with green beans, mac and cheese, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, sweet potato pie, and of course a turkey. We were able to secure and purchase twenty (20) 13-15lb turkeys from a corporation that supplies over 6,000 turkeys to Southeastern Michigan. The baskets were also supplied with a pamphlet that contained a Happy Thanksgiving greeting from all of the Brothers from the Chapter, our Chapter Officers, a copy of our Chapter photograph, and the history of the Chapter and some of our community involvement. The box also included tips on how to cook a turkey as well as cooking safety.
We increased from 13 baskets last year to 20 this year and I look for even more next year.