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Our society has reached a tipping point. Racial discrepancies in almost every area of life have never been clearer. People are taking action to remedy them.
Don’t look back on this moment and wish you had taken action. Stand on the right side of history and join the global effort by adding your contribution below. 

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THE BLACK PROGRESS BLUEPRINT!

This document outlines The 12 Obstacles to Black Progress and how we overcome them

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THE CHANGE WE NEED!

Unity | Family | Education | Economics | Youth | Opportunity & Resources | Criminalization | Crime | Health | Media | Identity | Politics

Please indicate in the comments section within your donation which specific area you would most like to see progress.

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The Center for Black Progress has three mission areas: Education, Training & Leadership, and Grassroots Action. At your discretion, your contribution will support one or all of these areas.

These purpose-driven areas are wholly centered around The Twelve Obstacles to Black Progress. We have listed half of them below. Hover over each box for a brief description of the obstacle.

UNITY

This area is widely considered to be Our greatest need across the African Diaspora. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts aimed at true Pan-African cooperation in economics, cultural exchange, and coordinated racial response to injustices.

IDENTITY

We must obtain knowledge of self. We must undo the psychological self-image warfare waged on Us from slavery til present day. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts in initiatives such as African ancestry discovery, African pilgrimages, identity formation seminars, and history immersion.

ECONOMICS

There is always much talk of Black and White, but the only color that truly matters is GREEN. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts in such initiatives as financial literacy (investing, credit, savings) bootcamps, life and career counseling, mentor networks and skills development.

EDUCATION

Members of the African Diaspora are miseducated and under-educated at every level of schooling. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts in such initiatives as creating after-school/weekend Black History programs, entrepreneurial training and career diversity.

CRIMINALIZATION

Mass incarceration. Police brutality. Sentencing disparities. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts in these areas. Our main initiative is to fight instances of recidivism–the tendency of released felons to commit crime, by remedying the lack of resources and viable alternatives that lead them to re-commit.

HEALTH

We are usually the most disproportionately affected by bad health conditions. It is arguable that Our mental health is even worse-off. Your monetary contributions will go toward training & education, leadership and grassroots efforts in initiatives such as fitness and nutritional education, fighting food deserts, overcoming generational curses and post-traumatic slave syndrome.

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The 12 Obstacles Strategies, Efforts, and Information for dismantling barriers to Black Progress, worldwide.

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