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100 Black Men of America

Working to improve the quality of life within the African American community.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia

Above The Bar Law Firm PLLC

Above The Bar Law Firm PLLC provides legal services to businesses, creatives, artists, and entrepreneurs in the areas of Intellectual Property (Trademark & Copyright), Business Formation & Transactions, Brand Consulting & Management, and Contract Formation & Negotiations. Above The Bar is black-owned and women-operated law firm based in New York City. We look forward to providing legal representation and brand protection to your businesses.
Based in New York, New York

Accounting Resources for Underrepresented Students

Student loan debt has grown significantly over the years, placing more of a financial burden across students nationwide. Underrepresented students tend to lack resources to further their higher education and are left with higher levels of student debt once they graduate. In order to help your students, has created a resource guide for marginalized students.

African American Planning Commission (AAPC)

Addresses issues of homelessness (domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, housing shortage, and unemployment) within the communities in which we live and serve.
Based in Brooklyn, New York

Anaj Enterprises

Financial Strategies & Solutions!
For over 35 years Anaj Enterprises founded by Jana B. Woodhouse has helped families, individuals and groups to realize their dreams financially. Her financial literacy program has touched thousands across the country. Soon she will be on TV bringing the message of Economic Empowerment. This legendary Wall Street Pioneer is ready to help you!
Based in New York, New York

Anguish and Action

We work to help leaders change their world—and the world needs changing.
The killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the loss of far too many Black lives to list, have left our nation anguished and outraged. While now is a time for grief and anger, it is also a time for resolve. Find resources below to learn what you can do to create a more just and equitable world.

Be Someone, Inc.

Uses numerous tools, including the game of chess, to promote self-esteem, responsibility, and analytical thinking among at-risk kids.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia

Black Alliance Just for Immigration

BAJI’s efforts to unite black immigrants and African Americans are extremely crucial to overcoming the current anti-immigrant rhetoric that’s been gaining momentum since President Donald Trump’s campaign. The organization works to ensure social justice and equality for black immigrants.
Based in the United States

Black Culinarians Alliance (BCA)

A nationwide, non-profit, educational and networking organization of hospitality and food service professionals.
Based in New York, New York

Blacks In Government (BIG)

Promotes equity in all aspects of life, and excellence in public service.
Based in Washington, DC

Black Organization for Leaders and Dignity

BOLD is a national leadership training program that aims to equip black leaders with the skills needed to place themselves at the forefront of movements for social justice.

Black Wall Street Merchants Association

Serves as an advocate for commerce in the African American community.
Based in Oakland, California

Brooklyn Barn

Brooklyn Barn is an online brand apparel and accessory line created by visual artist Derolus the PhIllustrator. It began as a vehicle through which his artwork would be seen but soon evolved into an avenue by which to spread much-needed positivity. The name Brooklyn Barn speaks to where the idea of the company originated, and the fact that we look to inspire a Bold-Afro-Royal-Nation.

Color of Change

With over a million members, Color of Change works to end racial injustice manifested in the media, economy, and criminal justice system.

Common Ground Foundation

Rapper Common founded this organization in the 1990s to provide greater opportunities for under-serviced children through mentorship, community service, and the arts.
Based in Chicago, Illinois

Concerned Black Men of America

Concerned Black Men of America’s vision is to fill the void of positive black male role models in many communities by providing mentors and programs that affirm the care and discipline that all youth need while providing opportunities for academic and career enrichment.


Cut50 is a project by The DreamCorps that aims to reduce the number of people incarcerated through awareness campaigns like #DayofEmpathy and #ClemencyNOW.

Great Black Speakers

Great Black Speakers is a tale of two brothers, Lawrence & Boyce Watkins, who decided to tread against cultural norms to build a business that uplifts & empowers the African-American Community.

Guide to College Scholarships & Financial Aid for Black Students

Applying to and affording college is a challenge for most college students including black college students. This comprehensive guide offers tips for accessing financial aid and finding scholarship opportunities to help bring down the cost of higher education.

Jack and Jill of America

A family organization that provides cultural, social, civic, and recreational activities that stimulate and exp,and the mind to enhance life.
Based in Washington, DC

Law Office Of Fred Lichtmacher

The Law Office Of Fred Lichtmacher, P.C. is a New York City based litigation firm with extensive experience in Civil Rights Litigation including but not limited to the following Areas. For cases dealing with police brutality misconduct and shootings, no payment is due unless we win or settle the case.
Based in New York, New York

Million Hoodies

The death of Trayvon Martin spurred the inspiration for Million Hoodies, a coalition of young people organizing to put an end to mass incarceration and the criminalization of young black men.
Based Nationwide

My Brother’s Keeper

My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative of the Obama administration, aims to unite and amplify the voices of black men through mentorship.

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)

Offers support to African Americans and other minorities who want to pursue careers in engineering, technology, math, and science.
Based in White Plains, New York

National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

A champion of social justice that has fought long and hard to ensure that the voices of African Americans would be heard.
Based in Baltimore, Maryland

National Association of Black Hotel Owners, Operators, and Developers (NABHOOD)

Works to increase the number of African-Americans owning, developing, managing, and operating hotels; increase vendor opportunities & executive level jobs for minorities.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Floria

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

The leader in expanding the influence of minority professionals in the fields of accounting and finance.
Based in Greenbelt, Maryland

National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS)

Promotes and perpetuates the art of Black Storytelling, which embodies the history, heritage, and culture of African Americans.
Based in Baltimore, Maryland

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice (NABCJ)

Provides leaders dedicated to improving the administration of criminal justice with a goal of achieving equal justice for blacks and other minorities.
Based in Durham, North Carolina

National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)

Improves and protects the lives of African American children.
Based in Washington, DC

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

One of the largest student-managed organizations in the country that focuses on increasing the number of Black engineers who excel academically and in the workplace.
Based in Fairfax, Virginia

National Urban League (NUL)

The nation's oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream.
Based in New York, New York

Scholarship for Healthcare and Nursing Students of Historically Underrepresented Groups

Historically underrepresented groups are those who have, throughout history, had lower representation in higher education or certain careers due to structural discrimination and racism. As recently as 2018, college enrollment rates were significantly lower for Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and Pacific Islander or Native/Indigenous Americans in the 18- to 24-year-old age group than for their white counterparts. Moreover, Black and Hispanic/Latinx college students are more likely than white students to drop out of college.

The Gentlemen's Factory

The Gentlemen’s Factory is a private membership club that serves as the epicenter for today’s forward-thinking man. It is the home for entrepreneurs, thought leaders, activists, creatives, and corporate professionals alike. A hub that is a safe space for you to reach your full potential in the company of like-minded men. We provide a space for productivity, community, and recreation.

The Innocence Project

With multiple branches throughout the nation, The Innocence Project works to exonerate those who have been wrongfully convicted of crimes by providing free legal assistance.

The Pennsylvania Prison Society

The Pennsylvania Prison Society is a long-standing organization dedicated to reforming the criminal justice system. By providing prison bus services, offering reentry services, and offering newsletter subscriptions for current and former offenders, the organization advocates for the rights of those affected by incarceration.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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