CBMA Spotlight

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

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Capacity Building, Narrative Change
01.24.2018

New CBMA Report Finds Increased Investment in Black Men and Boys

Promise of Place: Building Beloved Communities for Black Men and Boys [LINK] gauges city-level commitment to Black males through a Black Male Achievement City Index, which scores 50 cities according to their promise in helping Black men and boys succeed.
Louisville
01.17.2018
Wes Tolbert

Making Waves: Reflections on Rumble 7

The plan was to come and observe my first Rumble Young Man, Rumble! Openminded, I left my guard at the coat check and prepared to convene. Facing a westward window
Narrative Change New York City
01.08.2018

CBMA to Co-Host Third Annual "MLK Now"

For the third year, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement will co-host the annual "MLK Now" event, held at Riverside Church in Harlem, New York on January 15th (MLK Day) from 2:00-6:00 p.m. 
12.19.2017
Janet Dickerson

CBMA's Top Five Moments of 2017

As we prepare to close out yet another eventful year in Black Male Achievement, CBMA has been reflecting on key highlights from the past twelve months that have helped propel our mission forward, and elevate the leaders and voices moving the needle in improving life outcomes and opportunities for Black men and boys.
Health & Healing
12.18.2017
​Dr. Phyllis Hubbard

Eight Ways to Get Lean and Clean in 2018

“Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” – Howard Thurman
Health & Healing
12.07.2017

TUNE IN: Episode 2 of the "Journey to Radiance" Podcast

Tune into episode #2 of CBMA's "Journey To Radiance" podcast, featuring an interview with Dr. Monique LeSarre, Executive Director at Rafiki Coalition on Health and Wellness and Ty Blair, Wellness Program Manager at Rafiki Coalition, on the art of Black Health and Wellness. 
11.28.2017
Shawn Dove

Join CBMA in Giving Thanks This #GivingTuesday

In honor of Giving Tuesday, and on behalf of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA), I'd like to take this moment to personally thank you for your hard work and dedication to improving life outcomes for our nation's Black men and boys. There is no doubt that the field and movement of Black Male Achievement would not be what it is today without the tireless efforts and unyielding commitment of leaders like you.