Our mission is to cultivate within African American boys a sense of responsibility and accountability through the study of African history and culture to build strong characters.
Our mission is to stimulate and arouse the cultural interest of African American youth through purposeful-fun: African Dance, African Drum, games, elocution, theater and interactive presentations.
To address trauma and facilitate healing through exposure to African history and culture. There’s something empowering and transformative about African history and cultures that we want to expose African American youth to.
The mission of the Nzingha sisterhood is to cultivate a positive self-image and foster a healthy sense of self within African American girls. The Nzingha sisterhood will develop within African American girls the capacity to believe in themselves with confidence.
· In-school Brotherhood ·In-school Sisterhood · Conflict Resolution · Gang Prevention
· Motivational Speaking · Youth Development Consultation · Workshops (Youth Development and Parental Empowerment)
Our African History Self Development course
is an extensive African-centered self-help program. The central focus and aim of this program is to foster self-development within African American youth. That is, developing African American youth in all areas of personhood: socially, emotionally, educationally, psychologically, culturally and spiritually. The African History Self-Development Course has as its number one objective: the cultivation of self-identity and self-awareness within
African American youth.