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Woke Mom 2018

 

On July 7, 2016, our founder, Depelsha McGruder, decided she could no longer stay “asleep” to the injustices waged against black boys and men. Since that day, for her and over 170,000 other concerned moms, the phrase, “stay woke”, has taken on a whole new meaning.

You are cordially invited to join us as we commemorate one year of building and bonding to create a sisterhood for the survival of our sons.

 

JOIN US AT ESSENCE FESTIVAL:
MOBB UNITED, INC. will be hosting a booth at “WOKE WONDERLAND” in the New Orleans Convention Center during Essence Festival, July 6th thru July 8th. Stop by and see us to see what being a WOKE MOM is all about.CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE YOUR BOOTH STOP.

 

BE A WOKE MOM:
Share, follow, retweet, comment, and engage with us on social media. Register as a member on our website.

 

June 7 thru July 7 - WOKE MOMS TAKE OVER YOUR TIMELINE

July 6th thru July 8th- Essence Fest, NOLA
July 7th - MOBBiversary - MOBB United's Champions of Change Awards Breakfast in New Orleans, LA
July 1st - 31st - WOKE MOM Membership Drive

 

WHAT IS A WOKE MOM?
/WOK MAM/
NOUN

1. A mother of a melanin rich child who recognizes that although he faces extraordinary obstacles, he is also extraordinarily made

2. A mother who loves hard, plays hard, prays hard, and works hard to protect, defend, and support her children.

3. A mother who fights for justice for not just her son, but all sons.

Synonyms: nurturer, protector, guide, mentor, advocate, warrior - (See: "Bout Dat Life")

Use in a Sentence: She spoke her mind at the city council meeting because she's a woke mom.

 

Moms of Black Boys United - Ensuring that our SUNs Survive and Thrive
 
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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.

Contact Us:
1825 Park Avenue
Ste. 1102
New York, NY 10035
1-877-91-MOBBU
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