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NATIONAL AFRICAN-AMERICAN
MALE COLLABORATION
The National African-American Male Collaboration (NAAMC) is comprised of 32 organizations that have come together to form a network of support, resources, talents and research to improve the quality of life for African-American males. NAAMC was created in 1995 by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to provide communities with a wide array of effective programs and resources to meet the needs of young African-American men.

NAAMC's strength is the linking of programs to form a network. This allows members to learn from each other and share resources and expertise, thereby strengthening and expanding their own programs. By doing so, they can all offer more holistic and comprehensive services to meet the needs of African-American males, thus effectively addressing complex and interconnected problems in their communities.

THE PATHWAYS
American Futures Institute
Economic Empowerment
Media Center
The Collaboration
Race and Cultural Relations
Technology Project
OTHER PROGRAMS
Middle Passage Voyage
International Programs
Village Success Club