African Cultural Project Limited
To promote the practice of theatre arts, music, dance and art among the African and Irish Community in Ireland. To heighten the awareness of Africa in schools and to promote aspects of its cultures in first, second and third level education. To support education of African students in Africa.
Black Outside, Inc
Black Outside Inc reconnects Black/African-American youth to the outdoors through transformative outdoor adventures and explorations. Our programming builds on the rich cultural history of Black people in the outdoors while simultaneously enhancing the leadership skills of our youth.
Sankofa Healing Studio
We are passionate about tackling the stigma related to mental health within the black community. We remove barriers to receive culturally competent therapy that promotes healing to those who have experienced childhood, racial, systemic, and other trauma.We focus on the intersectionality of race, gender, and the criminal legal system. Our approach includes the use of artistic expression to address complex trauma. Many have had traumatic experiences either do not have the words to verbally express their emotions or simply aren’t ready to talk about their experiences. Using various modalities including art therapy, play therapy, hip hop therapy and other trauma specific supports, participants are able to begin their healing journey.
Black Men Heal
To provide free access to culturally competent mental health treatment, psycho-education, and community resources to men of color.
Black Trans Nation
Black Trans Nation advocates and organizes to shape global policy to improve the lives of Black trans people who perform sexual labor by choice, circumstance, or coercion, people profiled as such, and communities impacted by the criminalization of sex work and sexual exchange. There are three central tenets of our work: decriminalize, decarcerate, destigmatize.We seek to uplift our communities by addressing the violence of policing, the rescue industry, carceral systems, anti-immigrant policy, stigma, gentrification, and lack of labor and other human rights protections in the many sectors of sex work.
The Center for Black Womens Wellness CBWW Inc
The Center for Black Women's Wellness is a community-based, family service center committed to improving the health and well-being of Black women and their families, and the underserved.
Free Black Therapy
Free Black Therapy is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing remote mental health services with Black mental health professionals for Black and African American individuals who lack adequate funds or health insurance. Absolutely free.
HBCU First is a student-led nonprofit on a mission to increase college and career success for Black youth.As the nation's leading HBCU internship program, we leverage relationships with 70+ HBCUs to help Black youth navigate the college-to-career journey and bridge the gap between learning and doing.