Inspiring the next generation
of Black male leaders.


Dialogues with professional Black men on
topics that include manhood, careers,
realtionships and social responsiblity.



Opportunities that build the
community by serving the community.
sucessful young Black men.


What We Believe

B.L.A.C.C. exists to increase the self-awareness
in Black boys so they will grow to be confident
and secure Black men who will have the
ability to accurately and competently
perform, independently and critically think,
and unashamedly and unapologetically be.




| Commitment to Service

Our problems and issues are ours. We cannot
expect from someone outside of our communities
to address the issues we face or solve the problems
we have encountered. We must solve our own
problems and understanding the needs of our
community members and creating service
opportunities for constituents will be the beginning
of the answers we are so desperately looking for.


| Mentoring

"If I knew then what I know now..."
We've all said it. But what can we do about it? Mentor. Until we find a way to travel through time to speak to a younger version of ourselves, the best thing we can do with the knowledge and wisdom we have acquired from our experiences over the years is to teach someone younger than us. Such teaching includes, but is not limited to dialogues with professional Black men on topics that include manhood, careers, relationships and social responsibility.


| Spotlight On B.L.A.C.C. Member

Zachary R. Love is a senior at Fenger High School
in Chicago, IL. While maintaining over a 3.8 cumulative grade point average, Zach manages to serve his school
as the Student Body President, lead his football and baseball teams, serve his community as a young activist and minister the Word of God. With mentors like
Dr. Cornell West and Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. there
is no doubt that Zach will indeed be a leader who
actively changes, not only Chicago, but culture. 


| Benefits of Members

• Workshops and Trainings

• Support for College

• Resume Resources

• Free Admission to B.L.A.C.C. Events

• Fitness Center Discounts




T.E.M.B.O. (Teaching and Educating Men of Black Origin) Birthed out of Chicago State University's African American Male Resource Center, was developed by Baba Kwesi Ronald Harris to holistically develop Black male students and connect them with their African Heritage.

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