Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance. We center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.
We envision a world where Black mamas have the rights, respect, and resources to thrive before, during, and after pregnancy.
We are a team of listeners, healers, artists, researchers, teachers, theologians, & creatives who work together to offer encounters that transform our life together across human difference.
Using spoken word poetry, transformative dialogue, workshops, and deep listening as tools, we are working with people, communities, organizations, & institutions to build an equitable world through healing & justice.
Rather than our human differences of race, class, sexual orientation, gender, national identity, and religion act as sources of division, they can be the source of our collective strength.
SisterSong is a Southern-based, national membership organization; our purpose is to build an effective network of individuals and organizations to improve institutional policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.
SisterSong’s mission is to strengthen and amplify the collective voices of indigenous women and women of color to achieve reproductive justice by eradicating reproductive oppression and securing human rights.
The mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.
The 100 seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create environments where our children are motivated to achieve and to empower our people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities we serve.
MBK is an experienced CBO working to eliminate health disparities among underserved, uninsured/underinsured and other vulnerable populations through health education, health promotion, policy and environmental systems changes, and other health equity approaches. MBK’s efforts have expanded to include a wealth of health issues, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and cancer, which has systemically transformed MBK from a grassroots organization into a community-based leader that strives to change the health status of Americans one community at a time.
When SisterLove, Inc. was launched, our mission was focused on providing preventative education and outreach to women of color in the metropolitan Atlanta area. What we learned along the way from women infected with HIV and those struggling to make life-affirming choices prompted us, in later years, to expand our mission and meet the needs of
transgender and gender variant individuals, and lesbian, bisexual, gay, and queer-identified youth, women, and men.
Our current mission addresses a broader range of needs and concerns and we remain strong in our belief that preventative education and outreach are vitally important in the fight against HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STI).
The mission of Black Women In Business is to unite, educate and inspire businesswomen to excel in leadership and entrepreneurship. Black Women In Business is a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization, that is committed to enriching lives, families and communities by providing tools for personal growth, productivity and profit. Black Women In Business is “A Movement” dedicated to a journey of self-confidence, sisterhood and success.
Hispanic & African-American segment has buying power of $913 billion.
The National Black Latino Council has been promoting cross-cultural small business development in the African-American and Hispanic/Latino communities through a series of dynamic signature events that provide minority and women-owned businesses with unique B2B access designed to stimulate commerce and job creation in the African-American and Hispanic/Latino community for their members and affiliates.Our membership will give you a unique access to a large network of Hispanic and African American individuals from upper levels of government and industry down to a range of small businesses and entrepreneurs. International business starts here at home and together we can build better businesses and better communities.I invite you to join National Black Latino Council and for as little as twenty five dollars you can start building partnerships and increase your profits.
The National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice seeks to focus attention on relevant legislation, law enforcement, prosecution, and defense-related needs and practices, with emphasis on law enforcement, courts, corrections, and the prevention of crime.
Among its chief concerns is the general welfare of and to increase influence of African Americans and people of color as it relates to the administration of justice. NABCJ is designed to serve the needs of African Americans and people of color at all levels...
Concerned Black Clergy of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc., (CBC), is the primary, proactive and principle-centered organization comprising mostly of African-American ministers and laity. Our mission is to provide leadership, advocacy and service to the homeless, helpless and hopeless in our community.
We have a number of church congregations, thousands of community activists and corporations who stand in the gap and BRIDGE the way to a better tomorrow. Are you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the community? If so, CBC offers many opportunities to be of service. Each of our committees offer various levels of empowerment that are specific to each cause. Each committee reports to the group at large during CBC’s weekly forums.
Project South was founded as the Institute to Eliminate Poverty & Genocide in 1986. Our work is rooted in the legacy of the Southern Freedom Movement, and four primary work areas achieve our mission of cultivating strong social movements in the South powerful enough to contend with some of the most pressing and complicated social, economic, and political problems we face today.
Project South provides year-round, rigorous political education for leadership development, community organizing, and bottom-up movement building across the region and the country. Educational retreat sessions, publications, newsletters, and reports impact our membership and general public consciousness with strategic analysis, historic lessons, and visionary possibilities for our world.
The first non-profit organization created by Black women to help protect and advance the health and wellness of Black women and girls.
Texas Black Expo, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to stimulate growth and development within urban communities by strengthening businesses, inspiring youth, and building better lives.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life within underserved communities, by creating continuous economic growth though business development and inspiring underserved youth.
We focus on 3 critical areas to help accomplish our goals:
• Assist startups and underserved businesses through financial education, business plan development and organizational formation.
• Empower existing underserved businesses through operational development, strengthening business models, and providing access to capital.
• Inspire underserved youth by providing training and resources to prepare them for entrepreneurship and/or college life.
BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity) is a non-profit organization that facilitates social transformation and improves the living conditions of Black people by (re)building the social justice infrastructure required to organize Black communities.
BOLD fulfills its purpose by equipping Black organizers and Black leaders of social justice organizations with the personal and organizational tools they need to build and sustain allied social movements. BOLD carries out its mission through a series of training and mentorship programs
The mission of Charleston Black Pride is to create opportunities that educate, inspire, improve and celebrate the experiences of LGBTQIA people of color. We will support and provide an educational and social environment through events and forums that brings awareness, visibility, and create safe spaces to expose the multifaceted lives of LGBTQIA people of color.
Charleston Black Pride's vision aims to cultivate, support and increase awareness of the diversity in the LGBTQIA people of color; within the areas of empowerment, advocacy, health and wellness, social engagement, education, spirituality, financial literacy, and building trusting partnerships with other organizations to enhance our youth, adults, and elderly in the Charleston areas.
Women With A Vision, Inc (WWAV) is a community-based nonprofit, founded in 1989 by a grassroots collective of African-American women in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS in communities of color...
We also began educating the public health sector on the need to increase prevention efforts and expand resources for comprehensive programs to address socio-economic root causes that increase communities’ vulnerability to HIV/AIDS.
Over the last 25 years, WWAV has become New Orleans’ premier women’s health organization combining service and advocacy to address the social conditions and injustices that impact our city’s most marginalized women. .
The Black Family Land Trust, Inc. (BFLT) incorporated in 2004 and based in North Carolina, is one of the nation’s only conservation land trust dedicated to the preservation and protection of African-American and other historically underserved landowners assets. The BFLT utilizes the core principles of land conservation and land-based community economic development to achieve our goals. We measurably improve the quality of life for landowners, by providing families with the tools necessary to make informed, proactive decisions regarding their land and its use. The BFLT works primarily in the Southeastern United States, our programs are intergenerational in their design. We honor the legacy of those stewards of the land that came before us and have faith in those stewards of the land that will come after us.
BRYC was founded in 2009 when Daniel Kahn, then a high school teacher, recognized that even his highest-achieving students lacked the resources they needed to realize college success.
BRYC prepares high-achieving, under-resourced high school students to enter, excel in, and graduate from college so they can become full participants in society.
BRYC aspires to provide its Fellows with the best college-preparatory resources money can buy — for free.
Their work is driven by three principles
College, Consciousness and Community.