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Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement

Research, data, and insights on Black Male Achievement

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Executives’ Alliance 2016 Impact Report

The Executives’ Alliance for Boys and Men of Color is a network of national, regional, and community foundations working together to redefine opportunity for boys and men of color, their families, and their communities.

See their 2016 Impact Report, which “does not claim results on population-level indicators, but instead tells the story of what our foundations are doing to get there and how they are doing it,” writes executive director Damon T. Hewitt.

“Using key metrics and stakeholder interviews, we profile some notable collaborations and identify the lessons our network and the BMOC field can take into 2017 and beyond.”

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Black Men XCEL: Changing the Narrative

Attend a summit honoring leaders such as John Lewis and Shawn Dove

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Prevent Foundations from Deepening Racism

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August is Black Philanthropy Month

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MacArthur Foundation Commits to Chicago

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Kenan Charitable Trust Invests in Young Black Men

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