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A2MEND Summit Addresses Strategies for Success of Black Male Students
LOS ANGELES — More than 700 people attended the 9th Annual African American Male Educational Network and Development (A2MEND) Summit that highlighted social justice and equity-minded approaches to student success for African-American men in community colleges. Presidents, administrators, faculty and students gathered to discuss strategies that directly impact the success of Black male students. This year’s theme, “Moving the Needle: From Injustice to Equity,” aims to combat the negative perceptions of Black males in higher education.