Campaign is focused on “Asset-Framing” – fresh messaging for elevating the Black community’s strengths as key to achieving greater gains. Campaign includes fellowships to build critical skills and increase community impact, and a national conference for Black leaders to collaborate
9-Week Giveback Campaign to Support Social Justice In an unprecedented move, OneUnited Bank, the largest Black owned bank in America, unveils the “Take A Knee” Campaign with a stunning masterpiece, Last Man Standing, by internationally acclaimed artist Addonis Parker. The
On Sunday, August 19, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Its Abolition (officially August 23) will be observed by the Key West community and friends at the African Cemetery memorial
Affirming YOUth Foundation receives $25,000 from AT&T to support the new afterschool learning lab Miami, FL – July 22,2018- Affirming YOUth Foundation, with generous support from AT&T, is proud to announce a new computer tech after-school experience for Miami-Dade students
(PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA) Black Enterprise and The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts proudly support Emmy Award-winning Director Emmai Alaquiva is celebrating his gubernatorial appointment to the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts and as well as being selected as a Be Modern
BMe Community Genius Fellowship will be awarded to 30 Black Men from Akron, Louisville, Miami, and Pittsburgh for their devotion to strengthening their communities. Each fellow is granted $10,000, national recognition, training, and resources to support their community project. Projects
OneUnited Bank, the nation’s largest Black bank, is proud to announce its 8th Annual “I Got Bank!” Financial Literacy Contest where ten children will win a $1,000 savings account for the best essays and the best art projects that represent the “I Got Bank!” theme.
Parents take immense pleasure in their children’s achievement of early milestones whether it be first smile, first tooth, first steps, or first word, parents can’t seem to help themselves. And it’s no different for their child’s first day of school.
Reprinted from Huffington Post, June 20, 2017 Starting on Father’s Day, BMe Community recognized 29 inspired black men as Community Geniuses and award each $10,000 for programs they’re leading to “build more caring and prosperous communities” in Akron, Miami, Philadelphia
Reprinted from Essence Online, Aug 19, 2016 By Rachaell Davis BMe, a national nonprofit of Black men, joins the #BankBlack movement in a major way. A successful, Black-owned non-profit is doing their part to grow wealth in the African-American community. The BMe Community is