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Join March 6 Webinar for Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship

CBMA is thrilled to launch the Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship (BBCLF)! 

From June 14-16, with support from the American Express Foundation, CBMA will bring 24 emerging leaders in the Black Male Achievement field to Greensboro, North Carolina for a customized leadership development experience. The Building Beloved Community Leadership Fellowship will leverage the unique strengths and competencies of two Greensboro-based organizations: The Center for Creative Leadership and the Beloved Community Center for this three-day leadership gathering.

You can learn more here on the full initiative page, including how to apply before the March 14 deadline. We invite you to also RSVP to the upcoming informational webinar below: 

March 6 @ 5pm ESThttp://bit.ly/2lhkmEu

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