Sunday, October 16, 2016

Self-development project seeks Black Male high school students

Press Release by Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter

The New Black Mantra and Practice Institute is seeking Black Male high school students to participate in our new Black Male Transformation Project. This exciting four-week project begins Sunday, November 6, 2016 and will be hosted by the MJ Freed Theatre in Chester, PA. The cost for the course is $100. Candidates must exhibit a high level of self-discipline and initiative to be considered for this limited opportunity. Candidates must also commit to attending each of the two-hour, weekly sessions for all four consecutive weeks. A project completion production is scheduled and all participants will receive awards. 

In keeping with the strategic mission of this project, there are no scholarships available. However, accepted applicants will learn how to quickly realize a return on their course investment. 

Contact project founder, Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter, at 267.318.0117 for more information.

The Black Male Transformation Project (BMTP) is an engaging personal development enterprise that teaches young Black Males critical life skills and business values necessary to establish a life-long practice of innovation. Participants will learn how their self-image impacts their self-empowerment and their social capital network. Participants will also examine the lives of highly effective Black Men and learn to use lessons from the past to forge a fascinating future. 

As members of this first training group, high-achieving individuals will have the opportunity to remain connected to the project and help develop new products and services for customers from around the world.

No applicants will be considered after the November 6, 2016 start date. For more information on the work of Ulysses “Butch” Slaughter, go to

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