BUILDING A BELOVED COMMUNITY FOR BLACK MEN AND BOYS

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03.10.2020
Rashaad Abdur-Rahman

A Grateful Rumbler

In this blog post, #RYMR9 Rumbler Rashaad Abdur-Rahman, Director of the Mayor’s Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods, Louisville, KY, reflects on his Rumble experience to remind us that the work for Black Male Achievement not only binds us, but also creates the space for us to be our best selves.
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02.27.2020
Althea Dryden

AMEX Alumni Reflections: Say Yes To Yourself

In this blog post, 2018 AMEX Fellow Althea Dryden takes us on her inward journey toward loving and leading outwardly, a result she attributes to her beloved fellowship community.
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02.18.2020
Valerie Merritt

Reflections: Start Where You Are

In this blog post, CBMA team member Valerie Merritt extolls the importance of starting where you are in order to reach where you need to go.

Initiatives

The American Express Leadership Academy at CBMA
The American Express Leadership Academy at CBMA, formerly known as the Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship (BBCLF), is a year-long leadership development initiative geared towards strengthening and deepening individual leadership and subsequent impact within the
Health and Healing Strategies
CBMA's Health & Healing Strategies initiative aims to improve the health outcomes of Black males by promoting self-empowerment and wellness education among leaders in Black Male Achievement. Launched in 2016, these strategies
Rumble Young Man, Rumble
Since 2011, Rumble Young Man Rumble (RYMR)! has convened national BMA leaders in Louisville to share promising practices and lessons learned, and to create collaborations with young Black men across
Black Male Achievement Leaders In Residence Program
The Black Male Achievement Leaders in Residence Program in partnership with the University of Louisville is a customized 12-month leadership development experience for a cohort of 10 senior professionals in
Black Male Re-Imagined
In an effort to affirm accurate portrayals of Black people in the mainstream media, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement , in partnership with the Perception Institute , launched in 2010

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