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The Black Man Can

The Black Man Can offers an alternative to the prevailing negative images of Black men. The web site features positive news stories about Black males, highlights passion-filled, successful individuals in the “League of Extraordinary Black Men,” and recognizes organizations making a difference in their communities. View the site >

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Black Star Project

The Black Star Project improves the quality of life in Black and Latino communities by eliminating the racial academic achievement gap. Programs for Black males include the Million Father March, Fathers Club, and Black Men of Honor Society. View the site >

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BMe Community

BMe Community is a national network of inspired Black men and thousands of other community builders of all races and genders who connect to share, inspire, and empower communities. Headquartered in Miami, Florida, BMe operates in Baltimore, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, and is expanding nationally. View the site >

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California Community Foundation, BLOOM

BLOOM is a five-year, multimillion-dollar initiative of the California Community Foundation focused on increasing the educational and employment opportunities of young Black men who are involved in the juvenile delinquency system in Los Angeles. View the site >

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California Endowment, Sons & Brothers

The California Endowment is investing $50 million in a seven-year Sons & Brothers campaign, focusing on three key milestones for boys and young men of color in California: third grade reading, high school graduation, and postsecondary certification. View the site >