Research, data, and insights on Black Male Achievement

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Heard, Not Judged: Insights Into Young Men of Color

MEE Productions’ researchers delved into the everyday life, concerns, and obstacles facing boys and men of color across nine cities over a six-month period.

Boys and men of color have immense talent, love of family, a belief in self, and yearning for growth and opportunity.

Yet, they are also extremely stressed out and can barely see beyond surviving. They feel trapped at the bottom of the ladder from a lack of resources, negative peer pressure, and racism.

Trust and effective branding are two critical, missing ingredients.


CBMA’s 5th Annual “Rumble Young Man, Rumble”

View highlights from this national mentoring conference in Louisville, KY


Blacks and Whites Differ on Views on Inequality

Find out how race influences views on racial discrimination and more

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Investing in Black Males Strengthens Cities

Read efforts to reduce violence and increase opportunity for Black males

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First Look at 2013-14 Civil Rights Data Findings

See key data highlights on equity and opportunity gaps in public schools

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Learning Series: Putting Racism on the Table

Watch this six-part learning series on the many aspects of racism


A Bold and Inclusive Vision for the Bay Area

Hear about The San Francisco Foundation’s New Equity Agenda


#ServingYMOC Twitter Chat

Tweet with Office of Adolescent Health on 6/16 on how to help young men of color engage as leaders


Detroit Rites of Passage Gathering

Read this piece on Rite of Passage pioneers gathering to share experience