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Approximately 200 young men from across the tri-state area recently attended the Kappa League Leadership Conference at Montclair State University presented by the Northeastern Province of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

The daylong conference, which took place Saturday, featured networking and leadership workshops. Tuskegee Airman Dr. Eugene J. Richardson Jr. served as keynote speaker for the event’s luncheon.

Others speakers throughout the day included Kevin Brown, who discussed ways to pay for college, Zellie Imani, who discussed activism, and Kian Brown, whose discussion on personal branding was filmed live.

The young men were also treated to a presentation by Todd Lovett and Ellen Reaves, who provided four key principles on how to get into college.

Kappa Alpha Psi is the nation’s second-oldest historically Black fraternity, with more than 150,000 members and 721 undergraduate and alumni chapters. The Kappa League is designed to help young high school males develop leadership talents with the goal of helping them achieve success and make meaningful contributions to the community.