Our Programs

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Box-Your-Size Away

Baux-UR-Size is considered to be the ultimate in physical fitness. It takes the student who zero self defense skills, and teaches them how to master the sweet science of boxing, all while using total body movement. It allows the student to get in top tier shape, all while learning how to defend themselves and build their confidence.

Basic Military Initiative Training Program

The BMIT program plays an important role in preparing young adults for leadership and life skills. A program component designed to provide military training to students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for the betterment of our community. Military drilling compels the mind to follow instructions, in order to reshape and rebuild our community, we have to unite and learn to move as ONE.

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Black Youth Interactive Mentorship Program


This program mentors and train Black youth (ages 12-19) to reorient their mindful energy and focus on their inherent talent and skills for the betterment of themselves and their families. Alongside, motivating participants to connect a prosocial culture to community connection with interactive peer and civic engagement that demonstrates learning in action.

Black Men in Training Literacy Program

The Black Men In Training (BLIT) Literacy Program is a comprehensive initiative aimed at promoting literacy, fostering a love for learning, and enhancing the educational opportunities for young black men in our community. This program is designed to address the educational disparities faced by black men and empower them with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed academically and beyond.

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Black Women In Training


Black Women in Training (BWIT) is a dynamic and empowering program designed to uplift and support young Black women, providing them with the necessary tools and resources to thrive today. As the sister program to Black Men in Training, BWIT aims to address the unique challenges faced by young Black women while promoting personal growth, leadership development, and community engagement.

The Way to Happiness

In an environment of declining moral values and its accompanying effect on society, how can you make a difference in your area, particularly amongst youth? The Way to Happiness helps to deal with the lack of moral values, help youth and reduce crime in our community. Using this common sense guide to better living, we can create a positive impact in our community and help reduce crime and violence.