Nu Omicron Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Presents and Shares with You Their Most Intimate and Impactful Community Events.
In this second episode of our Black Men Talk Series, we explore a mission near and dear to the brothers of Nu Omicron-- #EndTheOverSpend. We know your inbox is being flooded with sales, promo codes and motivation to buy, but we urge you to pause and consider—the value of your family is not based in wish lists but in true love and financial planning. Join us this Wednesday and #EndTheOverSpend. We’re talking about a new holiday tradition—financial literacy. Link in bio to register. Vanessa Lindley (Founder of Lindley Consulting Group) & Shawn Rochester (CEO of Good Shepherd LLC / The Black Tax) will be dropping gems that you don’t want to miss. 11/18 @ 7:30 via Zoom Webinar.
Miseducation of The 21st Century
The Men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, Nu Omicron Chapter invite you to our "Black Men Talk Series," beginning July 30th at 7:30 pm. The series will kick off with our first topic, "Miseducation of the 21st Century Voter."
Regardless of your background, you need to be a part of this session as we speak with New York Congressmen Gregory Meeks, Onida Coward-Mayers, Greg Mayers, Namon Jones and Congressional Candidate James J. Johnson.
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The Brothers of Nu Omicron have honored the legacy of esteemed poet and Frater Langston Hughes throughout the chapter's history. However, in the midst of COVID-19, systemic inequity and gross violence against Black Americans, the brothers have reformatted their program into a virtual protest and healing session. With over 12 talented spoken word artists from across the United States, Poetiq Justice is the lyrical manifestation of revolution. Tune in to hear the power and diversity of change. A $500 Donation was made on behalf of our viewers to the Black Lives Matter Movement
Brother You're On My Mind: Who Are You Talking To?
On this call, the brothers of Nu Omicron were accompanied by two New York City Mental Health Consultants, Juliann King, MHC-LP and Steve Alexander, LMHC for a discussion titled, “Who Are You Talking To?”. When Nu Omicron Bro. Orobusa Uwangue charged his chapter to gather together and discuss how stressful quarantine can be on the already difficult life of Black Americans this program was birthed. Bro. Adolphus Clark and Bro. Joel Scott collaborated with Bro. Uwangue to develop the first virtual call of its kind by researching the materials provided by the Omega Psi Phi and National Institute of Health initiative “Brother You’re On My Mind”.