Soul Sisters Leadership Academy
The Soul Sisters Leadership Academy is a 5-month leadership program for African American/Black girls ages 11-13.
The Academy is designed for middle school girls to develop a knowledge of Black women in history, establish new peer relationships, further their excitement about being a Black girl, and complete college awareness activities while being their best creative selves.
Black Educator Pipeline
The purpose of this program is to increase number of Black educators, Pre-K through college, in the Inland Empire.
We want to inform and encourage students and the community of the promising opportunities in the education profession. While supporting students from high school through college graduation, and into the profession to ensure career success
African American Parent Leadership Training
Guided by Afrocentric principles and values, the training is a transformational development weekend seeding a more focused and better organized group of Black parent leaders who are fully prepared, supported and organized to advocate for, make decisions about, and direct resources toward educational equity and social justice.
Every 3rd Saturday at 10am
College Exodus to Health Professions Info Session
An exciting 10 month program giving Black high school students the opportunity to learn more about various health professions and what is required along the journey.
Run Sistah Run!
Join us for the Run Sistah Run Meet & Greet and Reception happening on Oct 8th @ 6 pm via Zoom. This event will highlight the African American women running for public office across the Inland Empire while also encouraging other Black women to run for public office.
Black women are the fastest growing voting block in the United States, and we must be represented in positions of power. Please register for the event and meet the Inland Empire candidates:
Wed. Aug 12th 5pm -7pm
Virtual College Connection Cookout
College Student Panel
Institute for Civic Engagement
Black Public Officials Leadership Training
Training designed to support Black leaders interested in running for a public office or appointment to a public commission or board
Training young African American Men to exercise their leadership abilities while building their character and making them aware of the issues affecting themselves and their community
Soul Sisters Leadership Academy
Event designed to expose young African American women to Black Women's history and cultural identity while training them how to become better leaders in their schools and communities
Black History Camp
A summer program that gives middle schoolers the opportunity to learn more about their history and heritage
CEP Scholarship Ceremony
A night where we celebrate the accomplishments of our College Exodus Project students and announce our scholarship recipients for that year
Palm Springs Black History Parade
BLU attends Palm Springs Black History Parade every year to reach out to the community and provide resources ranging from education and this past year regarding the Census
Rialto Backpack Giveaway
BLU had the opportunity to serve at a backpack giveaway in Rialto where students were able to receive new backpacks for the upcoming school year!
This proposal is an important step towards ensuring equitable access to postsecondary education. In 2020, only 54% of California’s graduating senior class completed the FAFSA or CADAA.
Fewer high school students are filling out the FAFSA as compared to last year, and high schools that serve a majority of Black and Latinx students have even lower FAFSA completion rates.
The Governor’s proposal will increase low-income students’ access to the in-depth support needed to complete these forms