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12.02.2019
Valerie Merritt

REFLECTIONS: You’re Never Too Old to Start Over

In this new post, Campaign for Black Male Achievement staff member Valerie Merritt reflects on her personal and professional journey that brought her to become part of CBMA and the broader Black Male Achievement movement.
blog Journey To Radiance
11.12.2019

NEW Journey To Radiance: "Journey To Giving"

Just in time for Giving Tuesday, the latest episode of Journey To Radiance explores valuable insights to accompany us along the "Journey To Giving" with artist and filmmaker Shaka Jamal.
blog Youth Development
10.09.2019

"Road To Rumble": A New CBMA Blog Series

Since 2011 the Campaign for Black Male Achievement has hosted Rumble Young Man, Rumble! -- a national inter-generational movement-building gathering held each year at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky

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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