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Talk about Morehouse College right now it is committed to preparing young man for the future of the school seeks to.
-- leadership focusing on ethical leadership such as -- skills like compassion civility integrity and just even listening.
-- house once its graduates -- go on to become men who can enlighten people with vision and help them live their lives beyond the -- For more than a 140 years Morehouse College has been the premier collegiate institution for African American males.
The focus at the college has always been on developing future leaders who can help shape the world.
To make it a better place to grow.
The Wall Street Journal name morehouse one of the top schools to prepare -- for graduate work.
And one of the greatest leaders who attended Morehouse College was Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
His servant leadership made a global impact that is still helping people today.
Outgoing president reverend doctor Robert Franklin talked to me about the morehouse -- And what's a message that she wanna send across to America.
How about African American males and another voice recorder -- it in this country.
We hope that every man of -- -- graduates and becomes a morehouse man.
We'll take -- -- those virtues that we seek to instill.
Commitment to academic excellence to community service ethical leadership.
We often talk about the five wells that these men are well read well spoken well traveled well dressed and well balanced.
They're actually meeting.
People -- their hearts and minds are and you're touching them touching their needs they can change the world through.
I think that's the vision and inspiration Martin Luther King brought to Montgomery Alabama.
And it's something that our world desperately needs today we like to say morehouse men are Renaissance man with social conscience in global perspective.
And our communities around the nation need Renaissance.
That word means rebirth.
-- you're talking about how all American men can pursue the American -- Accomplishing American dream and then lived beyond their dream by serving their community absolutely.
Services the price we pay you for.
The space we occupy on this on this earth I think that's a foundation for rebuilding and renewing.
Houses of worship schools.
And other organizations that will change the future prospects of our.
Of our nation community by community.
Who inspired you to become.
The person you have grown to -- Well my early earliest moral example was my grandmother.
My grandmother although we were there in the city the south side of Chicago.
Right next door to her house was little plot a -- that she turned into a garden.
-- the small garden but she would grow food and she would give it away and for me there was an example of courageous.
And the difference one person can make.
And from that gardening he is continue to plant seeds of greatness and student said he encounters doctor Franklin.
Planned to spend time as a scholar in residence at Stanford university's Martin Luther King Jr.
Which focuses going king's life and the fight for global so -- justice.
Later doctor -- -- plans to return to more house as a distinguished professor of social ethics.
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