The Cannon-Dozier Project is an alcohol education and awareness program born out of the Mississippi District, and it is named in honor of dearly departed Brothers Adrian Cannon and Julius Dozier who were killed by a drunk driver. This program is designed to provide awareness to participants about the realities and dangers of alcohol consumption. Additionally, Cannon-Dozier Project has an internal risk management focus that is designed to mitigate risks associated with consumption of alcohol by brothers and when served at fraternal events.
In the spring of 2008, the lives of two of Alpha’s brightest Mississippi collegian’s were exterminated by a senseless and tragic vehicular accident – the result of someone striking their vehicle while driving under the influence of alcohol. These brothers were not intoxicated; a drunk driver killed them. As Brothers Cannon and Dozier have transitioned into our Omega chapter, their lives and legacies will continue to live on through this program, the result of the diligent work of their families, chapters, and district.
For More Information, Contact:
Brother Maurice D. Nelson
Cannon-Dozier Project Director