Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi chaired a national forum on Historically Black Colleges and Universities at Morehouse College in Atlanta, April 27. Garibaldi is the Chairman of the Grand Committee on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Postsecondary Education Access for Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, the oldest African-American professional fraternity that was founded in 1904. More than 130 fraternity members, spouses and invited guests attended the morning panels and afternoon luncheon speech, which was given by Congressman Bobby Scott (D-Va.), Chair of the Committee on Education and Labor in the U.S. House of Representatives. President Garibaldi wrote an article on the forum that was recently published in the summer issue of The Boulè Journal. Read more about this forum online. Garibaldi is the editor of a 1984 book, Black Colleges and Universities: Challenges for the Future (Praeger), that remains in print and available online.