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University of California, Los Angeles, Black Male Institute

The Black Male Institute’s goals are to provide reliable research, practical interventions, and effective programs to enrich the educational experiences and life chances of Black males. Led by Dr. Tyrone Howard, the BMI is a cadre of scholars, practitioners, community members, and policymakers. View the site >


Urban Ed Academy

Urban Ed Academy provides educational services for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade boys in San Francisco and is committed to improving the quality of life in communities of color by eliminating the educational achievement gap. View the site >


Urban Leadership Institute

A social enterprise focused on leadership development, the Urban Leadership Institute has participated in a number of campaigns and projects directed exclusively toward African-American males, including Dare To Be King, a workshop curriculum for Black adolescent males. View the site >


Urban Strategies Council

Urban Strategy Council’s African American Male Achievement Initiative works to reverse the academic and social inequities facing African-American males in Oakland. Web site includes reports and data on the status of African-American males in the Oakland Unified School District. View the site >


W.K. Kellogg Foundation

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports Black men and boys through its strategy areas in childhood education, childhood health, economic security, racial equity, and civic engagement. View the site >