Learn more about ensuring that Black men and boys are counted in the census
Twelve years after being launched as an initiative of the Open Society Foundations, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement has announced that it has begun the process of sunsetting.
Launched in 2008 as a three-year effort to build the field of Black male achievement and improve life outcomes for African-American men and boys, CBMA became an ongoing program at OSF before being spun off as an independent nonprofit in 2015. A community of more than 8,200 members and 3,500 organizations nationwide, CBMA has helped strengthen the field of black male achievement by sharing resources, knowledge, and best practices with leaders and organizations across the country.
Read and share CBMA’s Health and Healing Strategies Impact Report
Watch the livestream from this event
Learn about the $315,000 awarded to seven organizations anchoring the Movement for Black Lives
Apply to this fellowship for Black young adults interested in violence prevention
Read this new paper from Forward Promise affirming the humanity of boys and young men of color
Read more about this grant to Cal State University’s YMOC Consortium
Listen to this podcast interview with Michael Smith, ED of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance