Five-Fifths Agenda for America

The Honoré Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement (HCUSA) is part of a national demonstration to address the Black male cradle-to-prison pipeline and its consequences. 

The goal of the “Five Fifths Agenda for America” national initiative is to enable young Black men with life challenges to become educators and servant leaders who will seed positive change in their schools and communities. An additional goal is to establish public Historically Black Colleges and Universities as institutional bases for long-term systemic change.

To learn more about HCUSA and FFAA, contact:

The Honoré Center for Undergraduate Student Acheivement
Southern University at New Orleans
6801 Press Drive, N.O., LA 70122


In September 2009, Angela Sutton ('99) became the youngest Superintendent of the Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility for Women in Madison, Indiana when she was appointed at the age of 33.