Oprah Winfrey Announces Major Partnership with Starbucks that Will Benefit the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy, National CARES Mentoring Movement and Three Other Organizations Dedicated to Academically Undergirding Young People. Click HERE to learn more!
Love and Action At harlan high school on chicago's south SIDE
It was a magical moment in Chicago.
Together with our local affiliate, the National CARES Mentoring Movement and a host of community groups staged a summit in the city to call able, stable African Americans to mentor our young and move us ever closer toward hope and healing. Read more...
The Mess in the message
Is the Media Teaching Us to Hate Our Children … and Ourselves?
OUR SPECIAL SERIES ON MENTORING AND WELLNESS CONTINUES
APRIL 28th at 7:00 p.m., Eastern
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To Listen to Previous Virtual Trainings on Mentoring and Wellness, Click Here Read Ebony's coverage of our CARES leadership calls here!
A NEW WAY FORWARD: HEALING WHAT’S HURTING BLACK AMERICA
A New Way Forward
is a call to healing. A project of the National CARES Mentoring Movement, it seeks to create wellness in body, mind, spirit and community among African Americans so we will want to become the protective shield for our vulnerable young.
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Getting straight to the heart of the dilemma facing our impoverished young, The National CARES Mentoring Movement has launched The Risings
, consciousness-changing, group-mentoring initiatives equal to the crisis our under-resourced children are facing.
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CARES MENTOR-RECRUITMENT AFFILIATES THROUGHOUT THE NATION
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Because this is our state of emergency today:
- Of all Black fourth-graders, 58% are functionally illiterate.
- In some cities, 80% of our boys drop out before finishing high school.
- Every day 1,000 Black children are arrested.
- 1 in every 8 African American males ages 25-29 is incarcerated.
- The number one cause of death for our boys is homicide.