- Date/time: April 13th, 2:00pm to 6:00pm
- Venue: Humble Civic Center
- Address: 8322 Will Clayton Parkway, Humble, TX, 77338
- Web: More Info
The first of its series, the 1000 Men in Black Empowerment Expo will take place in Humble/Houston Texas on April 13, 2014, from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm, at the Humble Civic Center.
The expo centers around veterans and ” men in transition”.
The event will consist of speakers and an awards presentation.
The expo is expected to be supported by area churches, US Army groups, schools, community leaders and corporate sponsors.
“April 13th will be landmark day that will make a move towards molding and reshaping the minds of men across the nation,” explains the expo’s founder, Bruce Johnson.
“We hope to empower these seemingly forgotten men to pursue their dreams and to foster hope for a more productive future.
Our goal is to assist our veterans and our community “men in transition,” says Johnson,
“to encourage, to educate and to equip them for a better tomorrow.
We are in the business of changing lives… one man at a time.”
The key- note speaker for the 1000 Men In Black Empowerment Expo will be New York Times top ten,
best selling author and educator- Mr. Stedman Graham.
Other esteemed speakers scheduled to appear are Expo founder- Bruce Johnson, Sheriff Adrian Garcia, Samuel Bean, Keith Dmars;
News Anchor Melinda Spaulding as the Mistress of Ceremony; Humanitarian Award Recipient Pastor Rudy Ramus;
and special guest – Gospel Artist Broderick E. Hooey
and the Kingwood High School Orchestra Bands and Humble High School Band.
Register online at: www.1000meninblackhouston.org