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New Community Initiative to Recognize Black Male Achievement in the City of Rochester Rochester Black Men Achieve (Roc BMA) President Jermayne Myers announced the Launch of a New Awards Recognition Program to Recognize Black Male Achievement and Community Involvement in the City of Rochester. Rochester Black Men Achieve is a new local grassroots community initiative in Rochester.
Jermayne Myers was joined by Roc BMA Board of Governors Vice-Chair, Deputy Chief Wayne Harris, Glory House International Church Pastor Melvin Cross Jr., Rochester City Council Vice-President Dana Miller and other community leaders for a press conference to announce the new award recognition program and 2017 ROC BMA Awards Special Honorees.
To learn more about Roc BMA visit www.rocbma-awards.com