Join a diverse cohort of 24 fellows that will participate in a year-long Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship learning community that will help ensure individual effectiveness and impact in organizational leadership within the broader field of Black male achievement.
With support from the American Express Foundation, CBMA has designed and implemented a customized leadership development experience for a cohort of 24 emerging leaders in the Black male achievement field. The Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship will utilize the unique strengths and competencies of two Greensboro, North Carolina-based organizations: The Center for Creative Leadership and the Beloved Community Center, along with the Campaign for Black Male Achievement.
What is an innovative approach to end the unaccounted for and disproportionate killing of unarmed Black men and boys by the police? RISE BMOC invites rigorous solution-based thinking, inventiveness, and critical discussion on how to counter this phenomenon.
Focused on the four RISE populations (Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Blacks, Latinos, and Native Americans), the RISE Ideation Challenge Award seeks forward-thinking, asset-based, unconventional solutions to relevant issues within the five RISE fields (education, health, human services and social policy, juvenile and criminal justice, and workforce development). These awards will advance understandings of the relationship between opportunities, social conditions, and systems that affect Boys and Men of Color, and provide specificity in meeting the needs of certain communities. Through harnessing the ingenuity of such innovative ideas, RISE will make known the myriad ways of approaching solutions to both challenge and refine existing policies and practices that so often shortchange Boys and Men of Color.
Announcement released February 13, 2017
Applications due March 15, 2017
Announcement of winner March 31, 2017
Submit your forward-thinking & unconventional solutions relating to BYMOC
Watch Shawn Dove from May 21, 2016′s BMe Unlimited share his story as a Black leader, proving “You Can Do Anything!”
BMe UNLIMITED was an inspirational evening of talks from groundbreaking Black leaders in design, policy, finance, and philanthropy. Featured speakers shared their life-changing discoveries, visions, and dynamic personal stories with an invitation-only audience of community, business, and policy leaders.
“Seeing people who look like you do positive things can have a profound impact on how you see yourself.” This is the foundation for Black Male Re-Imagined, a narrative photo project by TIME’s “Instagram Photographer of 2016″ Ruddy Roye.
Explore Ford Foundation’s recaps of “America Divided,” a docu-series featuring narratives around inequality in education, housing, healthcare, labor, criminal justice, and the political system. The recaps highlight resources and insights on the important policy and social justice issues raised in each episode.
In this PND article, President of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Ridgway White, writes on the problems that still face Flint: residents’ health, the city’s infrastructure, the local economy, and public trust. The foundation, headquartered in Flint, has committed up to $100 million to help the community respond.