Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi Chicago Alumni Chapter lined up to greet and encourage students for their first day of school at Emmit Till Math & Science Academy this week.
The brothers dressed in crimson and creme suits, lined up outside of the front door of the school and showed the children how much they were cared about and how much the community wants them to do well in school. This display of strong Black men who took time out of their busy schedules to show these children love left a big impact on the community.
This simple yet spectacular gesture is part of an ongoing mentorship Guide Right program with their Edwin G. Irvin center.
Photo Credit: Andre Guichard
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