Student Center/ Inspirationals
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
( A Great Leader)
On August 28, 1963
Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech to a peaceful crowd of 250,000 people. Within the next two year, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. This was a demonstration of great leadership, and I say to
you scholars, I have a dream. I have a dream, “that one day you will make an impact in the way children are cared for, in how they learn,
and in the availability of resources and programs; that you will use your talents, intellect, resources and knowledge to ensure that all children are able to read, that they have services available that ensures their proper growth and intellectual development, and that they have access to and assistance with fulfilling their full potential; that every child knows from a young age that they are
loved by God and that they have talents and gifts given by God to be used to make our world a better place”.
This is our dream for our scholars – Work towards excellence!
Remember you are role model to those young boys around you. Be that positive leader and role model who they can aspire to be like.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
PLATINUM MINDS WORKSHOPS / OTHER INITIATIVES
Time: 9:30 – 12:30pm
Bridges Initiatives Nov. 3, 2018 Rutgers Law Center, Newark New Jersey
Join the discussion Patriotism – are you a patriot – who determines this decision
Open to scholars high school and college students
INSPIRATIONAL/ Videos & etc…
In demand careers 2018: Engineering, Computer Tech, Health Care
If you are not so sure about a four year college commitment, there are other options
talk with your instructor or call the office for details. We have resources to help you
at every stage of your education and career discovery process.
They Came Before Columbus: The African Presence in Ancient America (Journal of African Civilizations)Sep 23, 2003
by Ivan Van Sertima
100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with Complete Proof: A Short Cut to The World History of The NegroJun 15, 1980
by J. A. Rogers
Lessons From My Grandfather: by Marc Demetriou
Bridge The Gaps: by Jonathan Frejuste
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