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Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement

Research, data, and insights on Black Male Achievement

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Rashid Shabazz – Looking Forward, In Gratitude

Rashid Shabazz announces in this blog post that he will leave his position as VP of Communications at the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) to serve as the inaugural Chief Marketing and Storytelling Officer at Color of Change.

In his tenure at CBMA, Rashid helped launch programs, including BMAfunders and the Echoing Green Black Male Achievement fellowship. He had a role in helping to seed the Executives’ Alliance for Boys and Men of Color and to develop what would become Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative. And he prioritized creating new narratives for Black men and boys that focused on assets.

Blue Shield of CA Pledges $6M for Domestic Violence

Find out Blue Shield plans to enlist BMOC to break the dom. violence cycle

$11.3M for Local Criminal Justice Reform

See who MacArthur’s Safety and Justice Challenge Network is funding

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Thank You Rashid Shabazz

Read this announcement from CBMA CEO Shawn Dove

MBK Alliance to Merge with Obama Foundation

Learn how this merger will advance Obama’s work with at-risk YMOC

Low-Profile Funder Focused on Race & Violence

Find out about Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust’s investments toward equity

Philanthropy Must Use Its Voice and Resources

Read SVCF’s CEO’s statement on philanthropy, racial equity, & justice

City Leaders Brainstorm How to Reduce Violence

Learn about the annual Cities United convening in Minneapolis

Promise of Place: Seattle

Watch this CBMA webinar, highlighting the City of Seattle’s efforts for Black male achievement