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Scenes from CBMA's 7th Annual "Rumble Young Man, Rumble!"

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Journey To Radiance Oakland
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.
Health & Healing, Narrative Change Oakland
10.16.2019

Journey To Radiance Ep. 14: "Journey To Healthy Breathing"

CBMA's "Journey to Radiance" podcast series returns with a powerful episode highlighting National Healthy Lung month! In this new installment titled "Journey To Healthy Breathing", we speak with activist and artist Cat Brooks who shares her healing journey after going through surgery on her lungs; her work as a community organizer/activist and in politics (she previously ran for Mayor of Oakland, CA); and her passion for the performing arts. 
Youth Development, Capacity Building Louisville
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
Detroit
08.09.2019
Christopher Rutherford

In Demand

Calling all brothers! Calling all brothers! This refrain echoed in a poem by Aneb Kgositsile, speaks to the urgency that lies at the door of our educational institutions and community. Black
Responsible Fatherhood and Strengthening Families, Narrative Change Detroit
06.14.2019

How To Survive Fatherhood

In honor of Father's Day CBMA Member Calvin T. Mann, Founder and President of Encourage Me I'm Young (EMIY) and Good Fathers Only, pens an original essay offering guidance and support to fathers at various stages of parenting.
Capacity Building
05.03.2019

Meet the 2019 AMEX Leadership Academy at CBMA Fellows!

As part of the fellowship, these 24 individuals will engage in an immersive 12-month leadership development experience to help build their capacity and increase the efficacy of their work to improve life outcomes for Black men and boys in their communities.