Tybre’s commitment to MLK is clear. Since 2018 he has attended a celebration of his life in a city near where he lives. WATCH a video about his 2024 involvement.
Tybre is recognized by the Johnson City TN School Board for his appointment as the first male National Student Ambassador by the U.S. 400 Years of African American History Commission.
Invited to speak at the inaugural John R. Lewis Gala in Atlanta where he was presented the Champion of Change Award.
Attending church while on annual Faith & Politics Pilgrimage.
Faith & Politics group shot at 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL.
Tybre sits on a multi-generational panel with Bettie Mae Files, Joann Bland, and Ashley M. Jones to discuss the past and future of Selma AL.
Tybre speaks and hangs out with kids at Flower Hill Elementary in Maryland.
Tybre officially appointed as the first male National Student Ambassador at the National Press Club, Washington, DC.
Visiting the U.S. Representative John Lewis’ grave at South View Cemetery in Atlanta.
Leading March across the Edmund Pettus Bridge at the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice 50th Anniversary Conference.
Tybre at varsity football practice at Science Hill High School in Johnson City, TN.
At FunFest in Kingsport, TN Ty catches up with mentor Nathan Morris of Boys II Men before his concert.
Attended 60th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
Featured speaker at the STRONG ACC 2023 Regional Symposium, an organization to support struggling families with children.
Tybre with Dr. Artis, President of Benedict College of South Carolina during Homecoming.