African American pastors celebrate Super Sunday success at annual breakfast
Religious leaders and CSU officials at the conclusion of the Annual African American Pastors' Breakfast at Cal State L.A. (Photo by CSULA Public Affairs)
CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed hosted the annual African American Pastors' Breakfast at Cal State L.A., on April 30. Attended by CSU campus presidents and religious leaders of Southern California congregations, the gathering affirmed the partners' commitment to the CSU African American Initiative.
Participants celebrated the success of the 2010 CSU Super Sunday, held February-April at 101 African American churches across the state, reaching more than 100,000 families. CSU Super Sunday features CSU trustees, the chancellor, presidents, and executives speaking at the pulpit about how to prepare for college.
Breakfast participants saw a video featuring CSU Super Sunday at Faithful Central Church in Inglewood, CSU Super Saturday education fair at CSU Dominguez Hills, and the Summer Algebra Institutes conducted at various churches in the state. These three programs, along with counselor training workshops, are part of the CSU African American initiative.
CSU will also host a Pastors' Breakfast in Northern California in June.
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