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Mu Mu Nu Black History Program Klein Forest

Charles Stewart

Feb 10, 2023

MMN Black History Program Klein Forest


The Klein Forest High School HBCU Divine Nine event, held on February 10, 2023, was a success. As we know, the entire month of February is designated as Black History Month; where we honor all Black people from all periods of U.S. history—from our enslaved ancestors who were first brought over from Africa in the early 17th century to all African Americans living in the U.S. today.

The Brothers of Mu Mu Nu brought awareness to high school students about the diversity of organizations on college campuses, in conjunction with participants from other members of Divine Nine organizations. Working collectively, each Divine Nine participant exposed the students to higher education via our experiences and knowledge of attending Greek life at Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs).

During the presentation, Brothers of Mu Mu Nu educated the students on the history of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., the works of Brothers of Omega, and their contribution to society. The Brothers presented the contributions of men such as Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Dubois, as well as Brothers like Dr. Charles Drew and many other powerful Omega men. The Brothers of Mu Mu Nu also paid tribute to the generations of African Americans leaders who struggled with adversity to achieve change.

Relative to social impact:

The Klein Forest High School has a student population of roughly 3,500 students. This HBCU Divine Nine event impacted approximately 20% of the student population, which is about 700 kids throughout the entire Klein Forest High School student body. Students stopped by the booths and engaged with the presenters and asked questions about the different characteristics of each organization.

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