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Harold Robinson Foundation
Harold Robinson Foundation (HRF) became an official 501c3 in 2009 to help counter social and economic disparities in South LA and build bridges between diverse student groups through the transformative power of outdoor camp experiences. Eleven years later, founders Joyce and Jeff Robinson continue to dedicate much of their time working to deepen the organization’s impact in the community.

California State University, Dominguez Hills
CSUDH among the top ten public urban universities in the country through implementation of strategic initiatives, supporting the institutional infrastructure, improving service delivery systems, recruiting qualified faculty and support personnel, and ensuring quality instructional programs. The President’s Office maintains a confidential, people-friendly, professional environment for the public, faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the university.

Compton Unified School District
Compton Unified School District, whose Superintendent is Dr. Darin Brawley, is located in in the south-central region of Los Angeles County, California. CUSD encompasses the city of Compton and portions of the cities of Carson and Los Angeles. The district currently serves nearly 26,000 students at 36 sites and is in the midst of a dramatic turnaround, marked by increases in student achievement rates, a graduation rate nearing 90%, dramatic facilities improvements, and a focus on STEAM throughout all schools. The mission of the Compton Unified School District is to empower leaders to lead, teachers to teach and students to learn by fostering an environment that encourages leaders and teachers to be visionary, innovative and accountable for the achievement of all students.

Los Angeles Urban League

The Los Angeles Urban League is now poised to begin, again, the journey that started in 1921 under its first leader Katherine Barr – to help the underserved communities in Los Angeles to participate to the fullest extent in American life by helping to change the social and economic conditions of their environment Thanks to the support of our corporate and community partners, donors, volunteers and staff, Los Angeles Urban League continues to educate and empower African Americans and other minorities to secure economic self-reliance and civil rights by providing targeted social programs and advocating for issues that benefit our communities.

The Giants Den

The Giants’ Den has served as a space where high value Black men could come together in a safe, encouraging and inspired manner to support one another in life and career.  We officially launched membership into The Giants’ Den Social Club in Inglewood, Ca. Our members represent most professional industries at various levels. In addition to a robust professional network, our members also value community, self-education, health, and economic enterprise.