New Community Initiative to Recognize Black Male Achievement in the City of Rochester

New Community Initiative to Recognize Black Male Achievement in the City of Rochester

New Community Initiative to Recognize Black Male Achievement in the City of Rochester Rochester Black Men Achieve (Roc BMA) President Jermayne Myers announced the Launch of a New Awards Recognition Program to Recognize Black Male Achievement and Community Involvement in the City of Rochester. Rochester Black Men Achieve is a new local grassroots community initiative in Rochester.

Jermayne Myers was joined by Roc BMA Board of Governors Vice-Chair, Deputy Chief Wayne Harris, Glory House International Church Pastor Melvin Cross Jr., Rochester City Council Vice-President Dana Miller and other community leaders for a press conference to announce the new award recognition program and 2017 ROC BMA Awards Special Honorees.

[from SouthWest Tribune 11/14]