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The Frator Heru Institute is a community-based educational, scientific, charitable and social-change entity created to generate effective and strategic programs, projects and initiatives that promote …

The Frator Heru Institute is a community-based educational, scientific, charitable and social-change entity created to generate effective and strategic programs, projects and initiatives that promote self-development, stable families, communities and societies.

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  • 1. The Frator Heru Institute “Achieving Excellence”
  • 2. The Frator Heru Institute
    • Our Purpose
    • The Frator Heru Institute was founded to combat the myriad of social issues that face the Afro-American community, such as:
    • Incarceration
    • Illiteracy
    • Disenfranchisement
    • Low self esteem
    • HIV/AIDS and STDs
  • 3. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The Frator Heru Institute effectively addresses these issues through its four key components.
    • Rites of Passage Programs (ROP)
    • Community Education Program (CEP)
    • Mens Health Consortium
    • Public Initiative Forums
    Our Programs
  • 4. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The FHI CEP classes cover a wide variety of topics, including:
    • How to/501(c)(3)
    • Acting for Beginners
    • Cultural Mathematics
    • ROP Facilitator training
    • Community Development
    • Ex-offender workshops
    • Male/Female ROP
    Community Education Program
  • 5. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The FHI CEP classes are held at the
    • Jefferson Gardens Community Center
    • 1046 W. Jefferson St, Philadelphia PA
    • between
    • 6 P.M. and 9 P.M.
    • Monday thru Thursday
    • Registration fees apply
    Community Education Program
  • 6. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The FHI ROP is a 12 week long African centered program for youth between the ages of 8 and 18, designed to give families and communities a more direct impact on the present and future lives of our children and youth.
    Rites of Passage Programs
  • 7. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The FHI ROP program also establishes a cultural continuity/ continuum for posterity, develops character and leadership qualities and demonstrates that families and communities can be self-determining and relatively autonomous
    Rites of Passage Programs
  • 8. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The Men’s Health Consortium was founded to address critical issues concerning men’s health, wealth and well-being caused by the spiritually, mentally and physically toxic environment in which we live.
    The FHI Men's Health Consortium
  • 9. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The Men’s Health Consortium offers education and resources for several areas of men’s health particularly dietary concerns, medical check-ups, exercise, stress management, sexual well being and men’s aesthetics and grooming
    The FHI Men's Health Consortium
  • 10. The Frator Heru Institute
    • In order to educate, inform and dialogue with our neighbors on topics that directly affect their lives and communities, and promote civic involvement, the FHI has developed an on-going series of Public Initiative Forums
    Public Initiative Forums
  • 11. The Frator Heru Institute
    • These Forums are designed to bring public concerns such as police brutality, crime and violence, predatory lending, imminent domain, urban blight and others into the spotlight through lectures, town-hall meetings, panel discussion and Q&A sessions.
    Public Initiative Forums
  • 12. The Frator Heru Institute
    • The Frator Heru Institute was founded by Mr. Yumy Odom, Educator, as a community-based educational, scientific, charitable and social-change entity to address the myriad and multi-layered crisis facing the Afro-American community by generating effective and strategic programs, projects and initiatives that promote self-development, stable families, communities and societies.
    Our Founder and CEO
  • 13. The Frator Heru Institute
    • Contact us
    • E-mail: [email_address]
    • Web: www.thefratorheruinstitute.org
    • Mail: P.O. Box 34059
    • Philadelphia PA 19101