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The Indiana Youth Institute promotes the healthy development of Indiana children and youth by serving the people, institutions and communities that impact their well-being.
Vision: All Indiana K-12 youth have access to high quality, affordable summer learning and afterschool programs that prepare them for success in school, college, work, and life.
The mission of the IUL is to assist African Americans, other minorities, and disadvantaged individuals to achieve social and economic equality.
The Black Star Project operates with a belief in the strength of parental and community involvement in education to eliminate the racial academic achievement gap. Better parents produce better communities, better schools and better students!
The mission of the National Council on Educating Black Children is to reinstate academic rigor and relevant teaching, improve the assessment of such instruction, and prepare the African-American learner for effective participation in a competitive global society.
100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. is a youth development organization that was founded in 1984 and serves more than 700 Indianapolis youth each year through mentoring-based educational programs.