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Six Black Male Alums Speak about Survival at IC and Success Afterwards

Contributed by Yolanda Clarke on 02/24/21 

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Black Men’s Roundtable Discussion - Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 6:30pm EST

This discussion is being moderated by Mr. Ellis Williams, Content Producer/Director, CBS Sports, Class of 2013, IC School of Communications.

Sponsored by the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance Department of Health Promotion and Physical Education  

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Register in advance for this meeting:

https://ithaca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMudeivqTgpGdWflwtRg3YRuUke2KslUkwg

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

The roundtable participants are Nathaniel Hemingway, Class of 2013; Cedrick Michael Simmons, Class of 2014; Errold Jones, Class of 2015; Mohamed Barry, Class of 2015; and Ahmad Boyd, Class of 2017.

This is a Health and Well-Being discussion held by Black Men who successfully graduated from Ithaca College.  The format for the conversation will be a past-present-future framework. 

 ·       They will share their experiences attending Ithaca College, a predominantly white institution

 ·       They seek to empower current IC students of color navigating academics and identities in a pandemic. 

 ·        Finally, they seek to prepare students entering the workforce.  In this, they hope to create an evolving discussion where all students, particularly, BLACK MEN, leave feeling valued, motivated and connected to alumni examples of success after Ithaca College.

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