We See You: Mentoring Boys and Young Men of Color through a Racial Equity Lens
APRIL 16, 2020, 1:00PM – 2:30PM EST
The challenges facing Boys & Young Men of Color (BYMOC), though well-documented and heavily researched, continue to persist in communities across the United States. While bright spots exist through the work of organizations such as the 100 Black Men of America, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement, and My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, what more needs to be done to improve life outcomes for BYMOC while addressing the realities of structural racism?
Join us for an intimate conversation with leaders in the field that will provide personal stories connected to practical takeaways that support mentoring BYMOC through a racial equity lens.
- Atrayus O. Goode, President & CEO, MENTOR North Carolina
- Dr. Wes Bellamy, Charlottesville City Councilman, Chair, Public Policy Committee, 100 Black Men of America
- Burnell E. Holland III, Deputy Director, MBK Alliance, Communities, Obama Foundation
- Steve Vassor, Chief Executive Officer, cfurther, Contributor, Guide to Mentoring Boys and Young Men of Color