Jul. 23, 2013
Gregory Ellison, assistant professor of pastoral care and counseling, continues to attract national media attention for his “Fearless Dialogues,” a series of programs designed to open conversation about young African-American males in today’s society and born from his book Cut Dead But Still Alive: Caring for African American Young Men.
MSNBC’s theGrio, a site featuring African American breaking news and opinion calls Ellison’s message a “nationwide grassroots campaign to empower African-American men.”
Read the story: http://thegrio.com/2013/07/22/emory-university-scholar-activist-launches-national-campaign-to-inspire-young-african-american-men/
To read coverage of the kick-off event on July 20 at Candler's Rita Anne Rollins building, click here.
Photo credit: Michael K. Jones of Michael K. Photos from thegrio.com