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Mobilizing for Change in Philadelphia: The Second Annual Cities United Convening

May 12, 2015

The second annual Cities United convening allowed attendees the opportunity to unpack the social, systemic and environmental factors that contribute to the stark disparities impacting African American men and boys. Guest speakers and thought leaders from across the United States provided valuable insights, tools and strategies that included alternatives to juvenile detention and incarceration, improving relationships with communities of color and law enforcement, and recognizing and responding to trauma in the lives of black boys and young men.

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5 Compelling Reasons Why Cities United Works

Apr 3, 2015

5 top reasons why Cities United is worth the investment of your time and energy by Erica D. Atwood, Director of Black Male Engagement Office of the Mayor, City of Philadelphia   1. Cities United is tailored for government. CU provides solutions that are applicable to your budgets, municipal hiring practices, law enforcement culture and […]

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The Campaign for Black Male Achievement is Looking for its Next Social Innovation Accelerators

Feb 12, 2015

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement’s Accelerator is launching its 2015 search for the next cohort of Black Male Achievement (BMA) Innovators! A Black Male Achievement Innovator is a leader whose organization exemplifies the pursuit of high performance that leads to tangible results in improving the life outcomes of Black men and boys and who has the passion and potential to increase his/her local and national leadership.

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