CBMA Turns 10: A Decade of Risk, Urgency & Momentum

Today the Campaign for Black Male Achievement has launched the #CBMATURNS10 2018 IMPACT REPORT: A DECADE OF RISK, URGENCY AND MOMENTUM -- a new report highlighting the organization's work and impact since launching at the Open Society Foundations in 2008. The report includes findings from a network-wide survey conducted in June 2018, and features voices from local and national leaders whose work has been strengthened due to CBMA's investments and support in the Black Male Achievement field and movement.

CBMA's Impact Report was officially unveiled at the organization's 10th Anniversary Gala and Fundraiser that took place on October 18th in New York City. More than 250 people gathered to celebrate 10 years of CBMA and the Black Male Achievement field, and to recognize the trailblazing leadership of this year's honorees Tonya Allen, John W. Rogers, Jr. and George Soros. Learn more about the program and honorees here.