Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Promise of Place: Seattle

Watch the CBMA Promise of Place Webinar: Seattle, WA, highlighting the City of Seattle’s efforts for Black male achievement.

Voices from the field include:

  • Anthony Shoecraft, Special Advisor to the Mayor on Black Male Achievement, City of Seattle
  • Gregory Davis, Manager, Technical Assistance Unit, Casey Family Programs
  • Dr. Brent Jones, Chief Strategy & Partnerships Officer, Seattle Public Schools
  • Stephen Powell, Chief Program Officer, National CARES Mentoring Movement

BMe Unlimited Talks Shawn Dove #iamblackgenius

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.

 

“America Divided”: Putting a Spotlight on Inequality

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.

“MLK Now 2017” Recording

Watch the “MLK Now 2017,” presented by CBMA and Blackout for Human Rights, livestream from January 16.

“MLK Now 2017” comse at an especially critical point, as people across the country prepare for the new President to take office. In addition to the performances, “MLK Now” features conversations with national and community activists, organizers and thought leaders including Million Hoodies Executive Director Dante Barry and Chicago Youth Peace Activist FM Supreme to address how issues of racial, social and economic justice will be impacted by the incoming Administration, and how to ensure the strength and sustainability of progressive movement-building going forward.

Rumble Young Man, Rumble’s CBMA Awards

Watch Rumble Young Man, Rumble’s CBMA Awards event from 12/1, which included a poetry slam and a speech by Shawn Dove, CEO of CBMA. Rumble Young Man, Rumble is an annual gathering that convenes leaders nationwide in Louisville to share promising practices and lessons learned and to create collaborations with young Black men in communities across the country.

The Story of CBMA

Watch this video to learn about how the Campaign for Black Male Achievement originally started and how far it has come.

 

My Brother’s Keeper What Works Showcase

In this science-fair-meets-demo-day style event, the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) “What Works Showcase” featured more than 30 of the nation’s premiere organizations and interventions with rigorous evidence of impact across MBK’s cradle-to-college-and-career-goals.

The White House Office of Social Innovation and My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) co-hosted the MBK What Works Showcase with the U.S. Department of Education, Campaign for Black Male Achievement, Laura and John Arnold Foundation, and Results for America.

Sessions from Black Male Re-Imagined III

Part of a groundbreaking event series launched in 2010, “Black Male Re-Imagined III” featured timely discussions that explore how Black men and women are portrayed in the mainstream, with a particular focus on issues such as: dissecting media coverage of police violence against Black people; the intersection and inclusion of issues facing Black men, women, gay and trans people; the disparities in attention and action focused on Black women victims of systemic and domestic violence; exploring Black Masculinity (with a panel sponsored by Mic.com); the relationships between Black fathers and daughters; the power of the arts in driving social change and activism, and more.

Watch the sessions from the event here.

All the Difference Film

Accompany two African-American teens from the South Side of Chicago on their journey to achieve their dream of graduating from college in this PBS and American Graduate film where the largely invisible and often crushing struggles of young African-American men come to life. Find out more about the film and watch it in full here.

Here’s How Business Can Fix Inequality

The gap between rich and poor is by some measures as wide as its been in nearly a century.Many people think that income and wealth inequality is a problem that can only be solved by government. Not Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation.

“Business actually is essential to solving the problems of our societies today, wherever they operate in the world. And so I’d like to think that the best businesses see themselves, of course, first and foremost committed to shareholder value, to their customers, to their employees, to their communities, and that they see themselves as part of the problem-solving ecosystem in American and the world.”

Watch and read more from the interview here.