Members of the African American Men Project and Hennepin County commissioners will attend.
In 1999, the AAMP investigated social problems such as crime, poverty and poor health that plague black men ages 18 to 30. The project identified that improved housing, educational opportunities, families and economic stability could significantly help African American men and their families. A 130-member advisory committee formed to start making a difference.
The June 24 discussion will update citizens on AAMP's activities, as well as brainstorm ways county staff and community residents can assist African American men. For more information, call 302-4691.