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Guiding Men of Color To Higher Ed Success

“Men of Color” poster
PEF Chattanooga
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Who better to give insight to men of color about succeeding in college than those who have walked that same path?

That’s how the Public Education Fund Chattanooga describes a virtual discussion that it will host - on Thursday starting at 5:30 PM - titled: “Men of Color Changing the Narrative: What Does it Mean to Be a Man?”

 
Among the panelists: Dr. Moise Baptiste, college advancement mentor for PEF Chattanooga - and founder of the Wakanda Trailblazers outdoors group - and Dr. Brent Johnson, an associate professor of education at Gordon State College in Barnesville, Georgia. 

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, weekdays at 3 PM ET on WUTC.
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