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Blog Name / Description No. of Posts Last Activity
Founder's Corner
A message from MOBB United's Founder, Depelsha McGruder.
16 4/18/2018
Cause (c4)
Policy analysis and advocacy/lobbying; voter education and mobilization; op-eds and media interviews; call center initiatives, letters, emails, petitions; rallies, marches, demonstrations and boycotts; local political activism (civilian review boards, city council, school boards, etc.); national events (e.g., DNC, CBC, etc.); quarterly or monthly action items focused on current cases, legislation, etc.; regular updates to stay on the pulse of key issues, cases, legislation and public figures related to our cause driven by policy, events and demonstrations, and economic development committees working in concert.
30 6/30/2018
Content (c3)
Image campaigns to change perception of Black boys and men (photo, video, books, theatre, etc.) Educational seminars for members and the community at large (13th, Bullying, Legal Equalizer, Know Your Rights, Trauma,, Vision Board session, etc.) Forums and panel discussions Quarterly or monthly image campaigns Driven by Communications Committee Monthly virtual seminars with guest speakers Driven by Education and Engagement Committee in coordination with other committees for content and speaker ideas.
25 6/30/2018
Quarterly or monthly local chapter meetings / recruitment outings; MOBB United connections; MOBB United Business Directory; special interest groups (e.g., special needs); driven by Chapter Development and Health and Wellness committees with support from Education and Engagement and Eco Dev committees for the directories; quarterly or monthly local chapter meetings/recruitment outings.
36 8/20/2018
MOBB Speaks
3 10/14/2017

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M.O.B.B. United aims to provide information and support for moms of Black sons while promoting positive images of Black boys and men. Our goal is to influence policy impacting how Black boys and men are treated by law enforcement and society.

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