Started by Open Society Foundations in 2008, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) is a national membership network that seeks to ensure the growth, sustainability, and impact of leaders and organizations committed to improving the life outcomes of Black men and boys. It’s membership has grown to include more than 4,800 leaders representing over 2,600 organizations nationwide.
The Baltimore Rumble – CBMA’s seventh – will gather 150 local leaders, including 50 young men of color, to determine how Baltimore leaders can work together to help Baltimore’s boys and young men of color win, and what they’re willing to do to make it so. Among the speakers will be OSI-Baltimore Director Diana Morris, City Solicitor Andre Davis, an OSI-Baltimore Advisory Board member, and David Miller, Founder and CEO of Dare To Be King Project and a 1999 OSI-Baltimore Community Fellow.
You can follow the proceedings at the Rumble and link to the livestream at the Rumble Young Man Rumble Twitter feed.