Strategies for conflict resolution, as well as college and career advice, were on the agenda recently during a male youth summit sponsored by the KWAME FOUNDATION.
Sixty students from Ferguson, Vashon and Carnahan high schools attended the Tyrone Thompson Institute for Nonviolence Male Youth Summit and were mentored by more than a dozen successful professionals.
Speakers at the event included Kwame Building Group CEO and board chair TONY THOMPSON, motivational speaker KORAN BOLDEN and author SYLVESTER CHISOM.
Also addressing students were Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. RON JOHNSON, former St. Louis police chief DAN ISOM and new St. Louis County Executive STEVE STENGER.
Ladue News © December 2014