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Volume 78, Number 4, Winter 2014 Cover Volume 78, Number 4, Winter 2014

Volume 78, Number 4, Winter 2014

A delegation of Archons met with the U.S. attorney general, Archon Eric Holder (Epsilon), at the Department of Justice on October 22, 2014, to discuss voting rights and the attorney general’s “Smart on Crime” Initiative. On that same day, the Archons met with senior White House officials, including assistant to the President and cabinet secretary, Archon Broderick Johnson (Epsilon); special assistant to the President and chief of staff for the Office of Public Engagement and the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Yohannes Abraham; deputy assistant to the President for urban affairs, justice and opportunity at Domestic Policy Council, Roy Austin; and Office of Public Engagement associate director Ashley Allison. That meeting focused on My Brother’s Keeper, criminal justice issues and Affordable Care Act enrollment. The delegation had already met at the George Washington University Law School with Archon Blake Morant, the new dean, and Archon Roger Fairfax, a professor and associate dean, earlier that day. This series of meetings were part of an overall plan to advance the Grand Boulé Social Action Agenda, lead the campaign for social justice in our communities and advocate for our young men.

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Vintage Boulé Journal Archive

Summary of the Vintage Boulé Journals, with notable features to be found in specific issues.

History of the Boulé

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At the dawn of the twentieth century black men of distinction had long functioned in various leadership posts, especially in the churches and benevolent association movement. Some, notably Frederick Douglass among them, had even served in high government posts. But by and large they lived lives separate from those of the black masses and the white professionals. In 1904 a small group in Philadelphia set out to create an organization that would provide a vehicle for men of standing and like tastes to come together to know the best of one another.

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Final Report: Pathways to Young Black Male Excellence

The survey captured a full range of information about Sigma Pi Phi’s social action programs involving youth, including demographics about each member boulé; the size, scope, and type of each social action initiative; narrative escriptions of the programs; and information about program assessment if applicable. November 3, 2014 | Full Article

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