Los Angeles holds one of the largest concentrations of Morehouse Alumni in the nation outside of Atlanta, GA. Our membership boasts a diverse group of professionals who continue to dominate in their industries, make an impact in the community, and represent and support our dear alma mater, Morehouse College. We are extremely proud of our membership as a whole, and excited to showcase some of our most accomplished GLAMAA members and exciting news here.
30th anniversary screening of Spike Lee's school daze
In 1988, Spike Lee debuted School Daze, which was his second feature film. In celebration of the 30th anniversary, special screenings were held in major cities across the nation during the month of February.
School Daze was centered around HBCU Greek life, and drew directly from Lee’s personal experiences as a student at Morehouse College. The local screening was held at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, CA and hosted by fellow Morehouse alum, Verlin Campbell '02, who served as the co-chair for Sony's African American employee resource group (EBRG). After the screening, Lee was joined by Tisha Campbell-Martin (Actress), Kadeem Hardison (Actor) and Robi Reed (Casting Director) for a panel discussion about the film and it's impact on HBCU exposure and attendance in the 90's.
We are morehouse
"There is no collection of black men in the country that can rival the depth and breadth of Morehouse Men." - Harold Martin, Jr. '02
wearemorehouse.com brings it all to life by highlighting Morehouse College alumni from 1990 to present. Visit the site and follow @weare.morehouse on Instagram for resource for updates, news and notes about young alumni.