https://vimeo.com/151056271 This virtual training provides a foundational look at race and privilege as it relates to the mentoring relationship. The training will give mentors and mentoring programs some processes and tools that allow for reflection into potential biases that may limit success of the mentoring relationship for boys and young men of color. Take the time to complete the Implicit Association Test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=43kCxeFcrew&feature=emb_logo The webinar will explain in full detail the components needed to start and sustain an effective mentoring program for boys and young men of color through evidence based research. This resource will help potential mentors and organizational leaders connect with young men and boys across racial lines through cultural competence and positive ethnic reenforcement. Feel free to use the presentation slides

Bored at home? We're here to help. We will be sharing weekly educational resources for K-12 students. Let us help you! We have material for every subject and level. On Mondays we do math, Tuesdays are dedicated to learning about health and science, Wednesdays include lessons on literature and English, Thursdays are for amazing history lessons, and Fridays including a

https://vimeo.com/148276085 The My Brothers Keeper Alliance and MENTOR has created a virtual webinar that explored the cultural and class conflicts that mentors and mentees often face. Emphasizing culturally competent material and ideas has proven to assist in strong relationship building and mentee retention. Through this webinar, you will explore the barriers mentors face when building relationships with young men of color.

Source: Atlanta Black Star Feb 20, 2019 Former President Barack Obama and Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry told a roomful of minority boys on Tuesday that they matter and urged them to make the world a better place. Obama was in Oakland, California, to mark the fifth anniversary of My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative he launched after the 2012 shooting death

Join us for the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) of Wake County Community Day on Saturday, April 27, 2019. MBK Community Day is a day of panels, interactive workshops and engaging discussion about the state of our community and need to support youth and young adults especially boys and young men of color. This event is for parents, guardians, youth, young adults, mentoring organizations and

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