Campaign for Black Male Achievement

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REPORT: Which U.S. Cities Are Investing in the Success of Black Men and Boys?

A new analysis from the Campaign for Black Male Achievement shows that city-level support for Black males is up across the country, but some cities still have a long way to go.

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LIVESTREAM: Lupita Nyong'o, Black Thought and More Pay Tribute to Dr. King at 'MLK Now 2018'

Organized by Blackout for Human Rights, the artistic celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy returns to the Riverside Chuch in Harlem for a third year.

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New Contest Invites Black High Schoolers to Enter Their Best Muhammad Ali-Inspired Poetry

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement’s “Ali Prose” competition invites young poets to channel the athlete and racial justice activist in 20 lines or less. 

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LIVESTREAM: David Oyelowo, Q-Tip and More Honor Dr. King's Legacy at 'MLK Now 2017'

Blackout for Human Rights and the Campaign for Black Male Achievement’s second “MLK Now” event airs live from Harlem’s Riverside Church at 2 p.m. EST

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Breaking Presents: Samora Pinderhughes, a Jazz Composer Writing Scores for the Movement

The pianist and composer offers a cathartic affirmation of Black humanity and resistance on “The Transformation Suite.”

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LIVESTREAM: Black Male Re-Imagined Program at the Kennedy Center

Rashid Shabazz of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement on the event, which begins at 2 p.m. ET: “The intent … is to provide a space to acknowledge, explore and celebrate the lived realities, hopes, dreams and challenges that are tied into identity and perception for Black men and women.”

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Campaign for Black Male Achievement Explores Intersection of Art, Activism

The organization’s third Black Male Re-Imagined program envisions a nation that celebrates and respects the humanity of African-American men.

RECAP: From #ReclaimMLK to #MLKNow, a Day of Action, Service and Remembrance

On the 30th anniversary of the first national celebration of MLK Day, activists and celebs take to the streets and the stage to strengthen Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy.

The Best 3 Cities for Black Men to Succeed

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement’s new report details how well 50 cities are doing when it comes to supporting Black excellence for men and boys.