Program awards grants to local groups to provide support for youth focused grassroots initiatives to impact community change and is intended to provide support and engagement for boys and young men of color in Durham County. Application deadline is April 12th.
Lewis is utilizing his skills and talents to shape policy, cultivate relationships with the community and to take a deeper dive into the racial equity lens for all young men of color in Durham to support their current and future endeavors.
MBK Durham & N.C. Central University Male Achievement Center co-hosting event; sign up now to attend or submit a proposal to present
In partnership with NCCU's Male Achievement Center, MBK Durham hosted a mental wellness seminar for students on campus.
Are you looking for activities for your child to participate in once school is out? The city of Durham has summer camps from ages 5-17 and specialty camps.
My Brother’s Keeper is focused on understanding the issues of boys and men of color and following up with action. We are listening and pushing for a change.
You’re about to graduate! What is next? College, work, or both? Get a head start with paid experience completing a summer internship with the City of Durham.
Inaugural Boys & Men of Color Conference
08:00 AM - 02:00 PM
MBK Durham Mini Grant Program Accepting Applications
Inaugural Boys & Men of Color Conference on April 13th
31 Mentors in 31 Days