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Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement

Research, data, and insights on Black Male Achievement

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Campaign for Black Male Achievement Turns 10

CBMA reached a historic milestone, its 10-year anniversary.

Writes CEO Shawn Dove: “It is a challenge to embrace a celebratory mindset when I consider the paradox of promise and peril still facing America’s Black men and boys. Yes, we have come a long way, but what has gotten us here will not get us there. ‘There’ being our ability to point to a country that lives up to its ideals and is able to declare that it is a Promise of Place where Black men and boys, and all communities of color, are not merely surviving but thriving.”

Learn more at the anniversary website.

BMOC Executive Directors

Applicants sought for boys and men of color leadership initiative in Atlanta

Tech Done Right! National Challenge

Share your idea to build an equitable tech sector; $1M to catalyze tech inclusion

Brotherly Love

Read this report, the first of its kind exclusively focused on the health of Black men and boys in Philadelphia


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Building Beloved Community Leadership

Apply for the American Express Leadership Academy at CBMA

MBK Rising

Watch videos from this Oakland event with President Obama, Stephen Curry, and more

Life Is a Boomerang

Hear Shawn Dove share about the power of giving

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