Posts Tagged ‘Mentoring’

My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge

The My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge is a call to action for cities, Tribal Nations, towns, and counties to build and execute robust plans to ensure that all young people can achieve their full potential. View the site >

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O.K. Program

The O.K. Program is a national mentoring model for African-American men and boys, where African-American city leaders form partnerships with police departments and school districts to implement the program in their cities. View the site >

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Open Society Foundations, Campaign for Black Male Achievement

The Open Society Foundation’s Campaign for Black Male Achievement is a multi-issue, cross-fund strategy to address Black men and boys’ exclusion from economic, social, educational, and political life in the U.S. View the site >

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Young Men’s Initiative

This New York City initiative tackles broad disparities that hinder the advancement of Black and Latino young men through a series of programs and policy initiatives that connect them to educational, employment, and mentoring opportunities. View the site >

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Young People’s Project

Young People’s Project uses math literacy programs to give all children the opportunity to succeed and become advocates for social change. View the site >

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