Read this post by Melissa Sawyer of the Youth Empowerment Project in NOLA
From Ferguson, Missouri to Staten Island, New York, from Baltimore, Maryland to Charleston, South Carolina, the highly publicized killings of Black men and boys have brought new attention to issues of race and racism in the U.S.
In this historic moment, it is more critical than ever to understand what philanthropy is doing (and can do) to support Black men and boys.
Join us in San Francisco as we examine the funding landscape and also invite an all-star panel of Bay Area foundation leaders to discuss local efforts.
How can grassroots organizations find funding for Black male achievement? Read Shawn Dove’s response.
See the letter from the Executives’ Alliance to POTUS urging a federal fair chancing hiring initiative
Read about the Foundation’s gift of full college scholarships to Akron students
Did you know August is Black Philanthropy Month? Learn more and be involved!
Watch video from CLASP’s annual forum on boys and young men of color
Read Shawn Dove’s article about how mentorship made a difference in his life
Learn more about a partnership to connect JPMorgan Chase & Co employees with Black male achievement