Learn how Alaska Native Heritage Center supports young men
Join us for this exciting EPIP webinar on Wednesday, February 4 at 3pm EST
In the wake of Ferguson, Eric Garner, and the burgeoning #blacklivesmatter movement, the campaign to improve black male achievement has become more urgent than ever.
In this webinar, we’ll be joined by policy and communications experts who’ve been building and sustaining the movement for years. Through the lens of the report Building a Beloved Community: Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement we’ll explore the capacity-building and systems-change strategies from the bird’s eye to the grassroots to learn what’s working.
Do you produce films/videos for social change? Apply for this fellowship!
See this video and exciting announcement by Shawn Dove
Learn more about DC’s commitment to black and Latino male students
Learn more about the first-ever MLK Mentor Day sponsored by the Coalition for Black Male Achievement
The Campaign for Black Male Achievement invites you to a Detroit screening of the film SELMA
The 2015 National Mentoring Summit features a plenary session on My Brother’s Keeper
Read this blog piece by Kenneth H. Zimmerman, director of U.S. programs