The Black Star Project

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Our Partners

We partner with many organizations in Chicago and across the country.  Below is a list of some of these partners.  We encourage you to click on their names to find out more:

National Partners:

National PTA -

Schott Foundation for Public Education -

Open Society Foundations - Campaign for Black Male Achievement -

Students Against Violence Everywhere (S.A.V.E.) -

Mentoring Organizations:

Tutor Mentor Connection -

Black on Black Love -

Education News Partner:

Chicago Catalyst - Check out Catalyst Chicago's Reaching Black Boys Resource Center. The center features research and stories on the problems and solutions that impact African American boys and young men, a directory of programs and a bulletin board for events and announcements.  The site also features video clips of speakers from a Reaching Black Boys Symposium last year, featuring Pedro Noguera, New York University; and local leaders such as Rev. Otis Moss III, Trinity United Church of Christ; George Smith, 100 Black Men of Chicago; Shelby Wyatt from Kenwood Academy High School and more.  The resource center can be found at


National News and Campaigns

Take a Young Black Male to Worship

Take a Young Black Male to Worship


The Black Star Project is partnering with the most dynamic force in the Black community--the Black church!  Black churches, mosques, temples and synagogues across the country are working together on "Take a Black Male to Worship Day," Sunday, November 23, 2014. Register your place of worship today!


Testimonials about the importance of The Million Father March in cities across the nation and the world.


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