Resource Library

The following materials will provide funders and others in the BMOC field with the conceptual frameworks, practical tools, assets, and recommendations for supporting the work to ensure that boys and men of color are free, safe, and thriving.

EA PUBLICATIONS

Revealing the Asian American Boys and Men of Color Field

The EA commissioned a pioneering landscape analysis of organizations serving Asian American and Pacific Islander men and boys. Produced by the Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) it captures the voices and mission of key leaders and organizations in the field.

Unlocking Excellence

The EA provided grants to support demonstration projects in six U.S. cities to build promising policy pathways to improve postsecondary outcomes for boys and men of color. This report shares lessons learned and recommendations for the field.

His Story: Shifting Narratives for Boys and Men of Color

This toolkit provides funders with tools and recommendations to support efforts at narrative change and expansion for boys and men of color.

Fair-Chance in Hiring Toolkit

Download our toolkit for a guide on how foundations can extend opportunities to those with arrest or conviction records, as well as seven steps for changing hiring practices.

2016 Impact Report: Stories of Collective Action

Access our 2016 Impact Report to learn how funders are acting collaboratively to make investments in boys and men of color more strategic and impactful.

2014 Year in Review: Investments for Change

Read highlights of the EA’s 2014 investments, activities, and impact in the field to advance the interests and empowerment of boys and men of color.

RESOURCES FROM EA PARTNERS

BMAfunders Map

Search grants that support boys and men of color by location and subject. Check out philanthropic milestones, a project-outcome assessment toolkit, research, and case studies.

(RISE) for Boys and Men of Color

Early on, EA members recognized the need for better research and evaluation focused on improving life outcomes for boys and men of color, so they created RISE.

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