The Male Success Alliance’s (MSA) 5th annual spring summit at CSU Dominguez Hills aimed to motivate young African American and Latino male students to pursue academic and professional excellence through mentorship and brotherhood.
The May 8 summit brought together elected officials, academics, successful professionals and hundreds of middle school and high school students from L.A. for a one-day event to harbor unity among the community. In line with President Barack Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative, MSA believes that through brotherhood, integrity and perseverance, they can positively impact every life they encounter.
From mesmerizing speakers and breakout sessions to college campus tours, the students had a chance to listen and talk about issues facing them, and why it was so crucial for them to obtain an education.
Below are pictures and quotes from the day or view the photos on the CSU Dominguez Hills Flickr page here.