The free summit will share their unique approach of evaluating past & existing issues and offering solutions related to the core channels of leadership, education and careers in Black America with college students from HBCU’s, underrepresented students from various campuses and local Tennessee residents.
The B.U.S.I. is a part of the outgrowth of the Black College Tour where the Minister Farrakhan addressed audiences with the purpose of education and how to make your education work for you. The turnout for the April 12th Nashville visit launched a demand from the students of Tennessee State University to invite him back. Continuing their mutual commitment to their communities, the Het-Heru Sorority and The Nation of Islam Student Association designed this summit with the minister’s promise to accept their invite in mind.
Panelist will include community leaders and students from Meharry Medical College, Fisk University and Tennessee State University.
This is our time now in history to rectify our problems as institutions of higher learning and solidify our place in the future as productive citizens and and a beacon of light for our community. This conference is the beginning of the end of our sorrows.
This event is free and open to the public. It will also stream live on www.NOI.org/
Representatives from the Het-Heru Sorority Inc. and The Nation of Islam Student Association are available for interviews.
For media passes to the Collegiate Black United Summit International Conference email Samuel X for details.