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27-07-2015

Back to School Bash a Hit

CBM National celebrated the end of summer in five cities Saturday, hosting a back to school bash for students in Washington, DC;  Columbia, SC; Philadelphia, PA and Richmond, VA. The events, which bring together all of ...

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27-07-2015

CBM Takes to Social Media for First Crowd-Funding Campaign

Concerned Black Men National is taking part in its first crowd-funding campaign to secure $5000 dollars for the CBM Summer Camp Experience. The camp is held for five weeks in the summer for Savoy Elementary students in S...

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27-07-2015

PRESS RELEASE: CBM NATIONAL FATHERHOOD DIRECTOR TO PRESENT AT ACF 2014 GRANTEE CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON

Washington, DC — CBM National Parent and Family Service Division Director, Wayne Salter, JD., will be a presenter at pre-conference sessions for the Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Family Assistan...

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22-09-2015

Mentoring in the Age of My Brother’s Keeper

Join CBM National as we engage in our first #CBMChat discussion.  This month we are discussing mentoring boys of color in the age of My Brother's Keeper.  The president's new focus on mentoring and its impact on youth ...

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30-01-2016

From High Risk to High Reward

By Jeannette Simon, Director, Volunteer & Mentoring Services Concerned Black Men National January is Mentoring Month and that means a great deal to me as the Director of Concerned Black Men National’s CBM CARES® N...

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18-02-2016

Charity Golf Tournament Set for April

    CBM National Board of Delegates are hosting its Annual Charity Golf Tournament to fund needed programs and initiatives that address disparities in underserved communities where CBM works. The tournament in...

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14-04-2016

Community Policing, the Way Forward

A new report published by the Chicago Police Department found a systemic pattern of Racism against people of Color.  CBM Chapters in Los Angeles, Washington, DC and other cities have worked to improve community relation...

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28-04-2016

CBM CEO Reggie Broddie Joins Howard University Education Panel in May

April 28, 2016 For Immediate Release: CBM CEO Reggie Broddie Joins Howard University Education Panel in May   Washington, DC – Concerned Black Men National Executive Director Reggie Broddie will be a panelist at a...

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09-05-2016

A Place to Call Home: Learning Challenges in Low-Income Communities

Across the United States there is an epidemic of school closures in Black and Latino Communities that are leaving an educational gap that may need to be addressed by local and national social services organizations like ...

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