This month we will “share the plate” with Black Men United of Omaha. This grassroots organization does advocacy (protects) and economic development (builds) work that focuses on black men of all ages in the Omaha community. Black Men United supports the growth and development of black men, their families and the communities where they live, work and play.
One of the programs, Real Men Read, provides opportunities for men to be role models by reading to children in local elementary schools. Intro to the Trades and the Urban Pre-Vocational Training Program support hard-to-employ men and women in the Omaha metro community. This program helps prepare individuals for living-wage jobs. In addition, the organization routinely holds classes on leadership and small business training.
Find out more at blackmenunited.org.
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