Rebrand The Black Man
ReBrandTheBlackMan is committed to changing the way the global community views and evaluates the Black male.
The Black Star Project
Our mission is to provide educational services that help pre-school through college students succeed academically and become knowledgeable and productive citizens with the support of their parents, families, schools and communities.
My Brother’s Keeper
President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper in February 2014 to address persistent opportunity gaps facing boys and young men of color and to ensure all youth can reach their full potential.
Men of Color Summit
The mission of the Clemson University Men of Color National Summit is to close the achievement gap for African-American and Hispanic males, from cradle to career. The national conference will lead to awareness of the changing U.S. demographics by enhancing the experience of men of color through involvement and engagement, preparing them for a global mindset.
EduJay has a need for speed and a drive for results. Our passion is improving people, processes, and programs. We proudly partner with non-profit organizations, government agencies, small businesses, and individuals to achieve their aspirations by changing behaviors.
International Colloquium on Black Males in Education
The Colloquium serves as a space to exchange ideas and perspectives concerning the global dynamics of Black males in the educational pipeline. It is a community-building experience that brings together world-class scholars, high-impact practitioners, policy makers, funders, students, and concerned citizens. The Colloquium offers a diverse array of programs that serve to elicit intellectual thought, discussion, and ideas that can be implemented to serve and improve the experiences of Black males throughout the world. Colloquium participants are encouraged to discuss the wide range of educational issues that arise across the educational pipeline (i.e., university and PK-12) as well as share ideas and innovative practices in different disciplinary fields (e.g., history, sociology, and STEM) that take into consideration how forces such as globalization and the internationalization of education affect the educational trajectories of Black males.
100 Black Men of America
The overall concept of The 100 began in 1963 in New York City when a group of concerned African American men began to meet to explore ways of improving conditions in their community.
Our collaborative, team mentorship model brings together local police officers, school districts, and the faith-based community with the goal of transforming lives and empowering African-American men and boys to improve their communities. It has been working since 1990
The Black Fatherhood Project
Filmmaker Jordan Thierry offers context and conversation in this honest exploration of fatherhood in Black America. Through a telling of his own story and interviews with historians, he traces the roots of the fatherless Black home and reveals a history much more complex and profound than is often told.
Our mission is to use sports and community to create a world covered in acts of kindness and love. We have founded this company to give back to the community and provide inspiration to those people involved with sports and young people, to make them better human beings. We all leave a print of our time on the planet – ideally a love print.
Universal Elite Aerospace
We are an Aviation S.T.E.M. Education + Outreach Organization with a mission to inspire, motivate and guide disengaged youth, educators and community members towards various S.T.E.M. careers and opportunities throughout Aviation and Aerospace.
The black Man Can
Started as a blog, over the last seven years TBMC has evolved in a conscious social community that reflects positive images of black boys and men of color
Proud Black Fathers
“We Are Fathers Not Baby Daddies”
Our Organization Started Out Small In 2015 And Since Then Has Grown Into Something Amazing. Kenneth L. Womack Of Little Rock Arkansas Started The Proud Black Fathers Organization In Hopes to Uplift, Empower And Shine The Light On Black Fathers Whom Set Positive Examples By Upholding Their Duties As Men.
POPS is an exploration of fatherhood as experienced by African American men. If you have interesting info, parenting experiences or entertaining content please post it and tag #BlackDadJoy #PopsLife and @popswebseries to be featured.
UCO Black Male Summit
The mission of the Black Male Summit is to: (1) address the historical, cultural and relevant challenges that affect the development of young black males, (2) build pipelines between UCO and public and private high schools across the state of Oklahoma, and (3) encourage the pursuit of obtaining a postsecondary degree.
David Shands- Sleep is 4 Suckers
David is an inspiration to anyone with an idea to create what doesn’t yet exist. From employee to employer, David worked in various customer-oriented industries, all while building his own apparel business. He coined the phrase, “Sleep is 4 Suckers”, starting out with wristbands and a cool story, later evolving into a clothing line and a way of life. With entrepreneurship being his overarching area of expertise, David works to inspire and uplift many with his brand tag line “If you lose sleep doing what you love, you will eventually live the dream that you only would have dreamt”.
Becoming A Man
Youth Guidance creates and implements school-based programs that enable children to overcome obstacles, focus on their education and, ultimately, to succeed in school and in life.
56 Black Men
I Am Not My Stereotype #56BlackMen
2019 Let’s Change The Narrative
Founder Cephas Williams
100 Suits For 100 Men
100 Suits for 100 Men was founded in 2011 by Mr. Kevin Livingston that wanted to create a program to address the needs of underprivileged men and women in need of business attire in the New York City area.
National Black Male Retreat
The National Black Male Retreat promotes self-awareness, unity, academic motivation, leadership, and manhood among a concentrated group of Black males. Students will be able to come together during the retreat and discuss relevant topics specific to their experiences in higher education.
That Suits YOU
At That Suits You we are so excited to provide men with professional attire to help them get back to work and to HS seniors for prom and graduation. However, attire is only part of our vision. Just as importantly is our passion to teach, speak and train men in 1) The importance of image 2) Being the Brand 3) Thinking beyond the norm 4) Manhood 5) Social Media and you
Whether they are receiving attire or information we have seen the joy, excitement and appreciation from all of the men we have served.