The Wright Museum


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This insightful discussion features regional and national voices engaged in the effort to address and redress the challenges Black men and boys face in the 21st century.  His place as father, partner, leader, and mentor will be explored.  Panelists include:

Raphael_JohnsonAnton_ChastingloresMarcus Murray, Founder & Executive Director, Project Brotherhood (Chicago), featured on CNN's Black in America 2;
Raphael B. Johnson (pictured at left), Founder, Detroit 300, recipient of NAACP Detroit Branch's Ida B. Wells Freedom & Justice Award;

Anton T. Chastang (pictured at right), President, 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit.


Moderated by Bankole Thompson, Senior Editor, Michigan Chronicle


What are Black men currently doing to save themselves and their community? Join us and find out....


FREE and open to the public.

Presented in partnership with 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit.

For more information please call (313) 494-5800.