My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Baltimore builds awareness and capacity around disparities in life outcomes for boys and young men of color (BYMOC) in the City of Baltimore.


In 2015, the late U.S Congressman Elijah E. Cummings, lead Baltimore's response to President Barack Obama call to address persistent opportunity gaps facing BYMOC, thus establishing MBK Baltimore as part of the MBK Alliance. In 2017, MBK Baltimore established a local board, comprised of individuals from city and state government, non-profits, academic institutions, youth advocates and youth representatives.


Today, MBK Baltimore is positioned to bring alignment across many initiatives throughout the city and empower boys and men of color as facilitators of positive change within communities and systems.  


MBK Baltimore is powered by the Mayor’s Office of Children and Family Success (MOCFS), staffed the by the Center for African American Male Engagement (AAME).



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