Reclaiming the Black Male Image focuses on the historical relevance of Black images throughout various genres of media and how we can help Black males overcome the psychological assaults that exploit who they are and hinder their social development.
Educate to Elevate focuses on the widening “achievement gap” for Black males as the education reform movement advocates for institutional change in order to create more inclusive and positive learning environments. What models of teaching, learning, and professional development are needed to prepare a new generation of leaders to meet the institutional challenges of educating a culturally, ethnically, religiously, and economically diverse student population?
Family and Relationships focuses on the power and responsibility of maintaining healthy relationships. How do Black males learn the significance of celebrating themselves along with upholding the ideals of family, community, father/ motherhood, brother/sisterhood, and man/womanhood?
Health, Wellness and Spirituality focuses on assisting Black males in “tapping” into the various methods of self- improvement that can empower them mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Winning the Future through Economy Development focuses on teaching Black males to become self-sufficient entrepreneurs, and utilizing that knowledge to create a better economic legacy for the black community in the future. Winning the Future through Economy Development will assist our men in connecting the dots of the lifelong learning process of self- empowerment, education, career, and financial literacy.
Advance Your SWAG focuses on teaching Black males how to reclaim a positive self-image, which includes the qualities of sophistication, wisdom, and assertiveness in their everyday lives. Advance Your SWAG will help our men combat the negative imagery of the Black male by redefining what it means to be a successful, responsible, and respected member of the Black community.
Strategies and Techniques in Service Delivery to African-American Males focuses on providing practical strategies and techniques for schools, agencies, community groups, parents, and programs interested in improving the quality of life for Black males in the areas of Education, Health, Economics and Criminal Justice.