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Temple University

Hosts REACH Project

Black Leadership Summit

February 20, 2010


The REACH project is designed to facilitate and sustain collaborations between Black student organizations and local community-based organizations (CBOs). The aim is to facilitate greater ties between student activists and the communities they represent.  Ultimately, the collaborations will work in service of families and neighborhoods in Philadelphia on issues such as increased access to education and healthcare as well as anti-crime and anti-violence initiatives.

Sponsored by Temple University’s Center for Social Justice and Multicultural Education and Drexel University’s Africana Studies Program, the free summit was held on Saturday, February 20, 2010 in Temple’s Howard S. Gittis Student Center. Titled Schools, Education and the Ongoing Civil Rights Struggle, this second annual REACH summit examined the educational activism in both K-12 settings and college campuses. 

View of copy of the 2010 REACH Project Program, click here.  

To view a brief video outlining the Summit, please click here.

To view a video of the keynote address by Dr. Mark Lamont Hill, please click here.

For more information, go to:

Check out a video of the 2009 Summit: REACH Project 2009 Video