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The EIC Podcast: The UMass Brotherly Union looks to empower and promote unity amongst men of color

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(Jonathan Kermah and Patrick Kline/Amherst Wire)

Jonathan Kermah, Editor in Chief

The UMass Brotherly Union is a new minority student group with a mission of empowering and unifying me of color on campus. Jonathan Kermah is joined by UMass junior and public relations officer of the Brotherly Union Benjy Celestin and sophomore outreach and fundraising officer of the Brotherly Union Kenny Amoah to discuss the union’s objectives and the state of black student organizations and the UMass administration.

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Produced by: Jonathan Kermah
Edited by: Jonathan Kermah
Music by: Trevor Wilson
Email Jonathan at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @jonathankermah.
Follow the UMass Brotherly Union on Twitter and Instagram @umassbrotherlyunion.

 

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