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Black Men's Leadership Movement

On April 3, 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his final public speech in Memphis, Tennessee. He was there to lend his support to sanitation workers — most of them African American — who were on strike, protesting terrible working conditions and low wages.

North Hennepin Community College is dedicated to the success of all students. The Black Men's Leadership Movement is committed to carrying on MLK’s legacy. We are doing this by being academically successful and supporting our brothers’ and sisters’ academic success. We support the dignity of all human beings.

Benefits of the Movement

  • Connections to faculty and staff
  • Opportunity to be mentored
  • Connections to community leaders
  • Connections to other students
  • Learn to set-up milestones
  • Give back to your community

Meeting Dates 

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Diversity and Equity Office Contact Information

Staff 

Michael Birchard
Chief Diversity & Affirmative Action Officer
michael.birchard@nhcc.edu
763-424-0944

Jamie Ives
Intern Academic Diversity Specialist
jamie.ives@nhcc.edu
763-424-0850

Awale Osman
Intern Academic Diversity Specialist
awale.osman@nhcc.edu
763-424-0979

Location

CBT-101A