Dec 10, 2015 – Chicago, IL.
Special fireside chat between the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, Chicago State University President Wayne Watson, Ronald Kweisi Harris, director of the Chicago State African-American Male Resource Center and students and leaders at Chicago State University and affiliated with TEMBO, Teaching & Educating Men of Black Origin, a male development organization.
In an intimate but powerful meeting, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sat down with a small group, encouraging Black students and their mentors to use their gifts, their talents and their intellect to uplift their fallen people and the world.
The gathering at the official residence of the outgoing president of Chicago State University, Dr. Wayne Watson, was not a major public speech but an intimate, personal and fireside chat. Dr. Watson, who co-hosted the evening with Ronald Kweisi Harris, director of the Chicago State African American Male Resource Center and the group TEMBO, a male development and leadership group.