BROTHERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS
Brothers of Consciousness (BOC) is the premier Black male organization on campus. The club works to promote Jesuit values––such as being a person for others––and to increase Black male leadership on campus. Founded decades ago, BOC continues strong to this day, engaging the community through service, activism, and social events. We recognize that, as Black men on a university campus, we represent a very small percentage. As such, BOC only provides an inclusive community for the Black men and non-binary students on campus, but we commit to engaging with those coming after us as well.
IN THE NEWS
From TODAY.com: "In just three days, Dezmin Hemmans, 19, and Christian Jackson, 20, rising juniors at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, partnered with 40 different student groups at LMU to raise over $40,000 for a variety of organizations supporting the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
Hemmans and Jackson are co-presidents of the on-campus group Brothers of Consciousness (BOC), a black male leadership organization whose mission is to promote the values of leadership and social justice within the black community and LMU community at large. After seeing Instagram flooded with posts supporting the movement, they decided to use the platform to make an impact.
They've since surpassed their goal and have raised a total of $50,000."
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