BMA Web Sites

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Schott Foundation for Public Education

The Schott Foundation’s Black Male Initiative produces a number of original reports, including a 50-state “report card” on high school graduation rates of Black male students. View the site >


Sims-Fayola Foundation

The mission of the Sims-Fayola Foundation is to improve the life outcomes of urban males in K-12 grades through a network of single-gender charter schools, school design and professional development, and original programming that directly addresses their needs. View the site >


Skillman Foundation

The Skillman Foundation embeds its grants for young men of color within its overall grantmaking strategy. The Foundation has held conferences and symposia to engage the community in its work with Black and Latino boys. View the site >


Student African American Brotherhood

The Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) is a network of student-run chapters on college campuses and middle and high schools across the country. Through positive peer community, SAAB is increasing the number of African-American and Latino men who graduate from college. View the site >


UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education

The UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education bridges the university and nearby labor community, supporting low-wage workers and immigrants through research, education, and policy change. Its Los Angeles Black Worker Center advances economic justice for African-American workers. View the site >