The roots of Rising Sons were planted in Collegeville, in the cozily small campus where black unity was flimsy and fickle. The students needed a movement like RS, and Alex Peay's baby skipped crawling and walking and went straight to jogging! It's three years later, and Alex, and most of the then-underclassmen that looked at him like a big brother have graduated.
Without the momentum that Alex gave by encouraging, pushing and inspiring ... can we keep the RS mission form being diluted and tamed?
How do we ensure the continuation of the RS legacy, keep the foundation getting stronger and keep the group moving like a movement, keep it from turning into a "club"?
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