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Members are connecting across the country to positively influence federal, state, and local policies to ensure Black boys and men are treated fairly and equitably. United, we have the power to create the change we want to see for our sons. 

We invite you to join the organization, connect with your local chapter and advocate in your community today! To host an activity, please complete the Local Meetings & Events Notification Form or visit the Meetings & Events page to register for an activity near you.

Chapter Leadership Applications

If you think you have what it takes to lead advocacy efforts in your area then we’re looking for YOU! Applications for Chapter Leaders are open to all moms of Black boys. Contact us for details.

Pink Post Card Party - Advocacy 101 Local Meetings

Connect with moms of Black boys in your area and learn techniques to become active & effective advocates for your sons. Meeting dates vary based on location. Please visit the Meetings & Events page to register for a meeting near you. If you live in the United States and your city is not listed, please contact us for details.

Chapter Leadership Announcements
2018 MLK Day of Service - Local Service Project Notification
2018 MLK Day of Service

Join local Moms and their sons for a day of service and dialogue in memory of Dr. King. Submit meeting notification at least 2 weeks prior to service project.

Jan 6 - 21, 2018
Chapter Leadership Orientation
January 2018


Thank you for advocating for Black men and boys in your city and state. Be sure to visit regularly to see updates on our progress and to support new legislative initiatives.

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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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New York, NY 10035

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