Quantifying Hope
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Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement

Research, data, and insights on Black Male Achievement

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Quantifying Hope, 2017 Edition

We’re thrilled to announce the release of the 2017 edition of Quantifying Hope: Philanthropic Support for Black Men and Boys.

Amidst current racial tensions in the United States and the ever-shifting social and political landscape, the report analyzes foundation funding explicitly targeted to improve the life outcomes of Black men and boys.

The report also examines strategies and milestones in the field of Black male achievement and how philanthropy can build on this work for stronger coordination and greater impact.

Work of My Brother’s Keeper Continues

See former Obama cabinet secretary Broderick Johnson’s post on MBK

Forward Promise’s $3.1M Grants for BYMOC

Find out about the 9 organizations being supported by RWJF program

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Beyond Plight, Pathways to Optimal Development

See ABFE’s report, with opportunities for Black males throughout life

Discover Coding with The Hidden Genius Project

Read how Google.org is increasing representation of Black youth in tech

Prioritize Wellness to Close Racial Health Gap

Learn why philanthropy itself and its leaders must embody wellness

Mini-Grants for Local Efforts Awarded by CBMA

Meet the 4 awardees and read about their small-scale BMA projects

CBMA Featured as Agents of Change by SVCF

Read how CBMA’s work to promote racial equality is being recognized

MBK Awarded Nearly $1M

Learn more about MBK grants addressing systemic barriers faced by young men of color