Black Millennials 4 Flint (BM4F) has a commitment to the children and families in Flint, Michigan. We have adopted the following schools: Brownell STEM Academy, Eagle's Nest Academy & Holmes STEM Academy--all located on Flint's Northside. The Flint Water Crisis and now COVID-19 has a substantial impact on our most vulnerable children. We uphold the Kwanzaa Principal "Ujima" collective work and responsibility with the belief that every child in Flint is a part of our village...#AllNeighbors.
Due to the economic decline with COVID-19, The State of Michigan slashed the education budget, leaving already underfunded and under-resourced schools in jeopardy.
OUR GOAL IS $9,000--$3,000 FOR EACH SCHOOL
With a donation of $20, $50, $100 or more, you can support our adopted schools with resources such as (but not limited to):
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More About Black Millennials 4 Flint
BM4F is the first and only grassroots, environmental justice and civil rights organization in US history founded by African American and Latinx millennials with the purpose of bringing like-minded organizations together to collectively take action and advocate against the crisis of lead exposure.
Our Four Point Action Plan guides the scope of our work:
1. Raise funds and cultivate resources to improve the quality of life of communities impacted by lead exposure.
2. Advocate for the eradication of lead in air, consumer products, housing, soil, and water.
3. Educate & equip the general public with digestible information regarding lead and lead exposure.
4. Build coalitions with like-minded organizations.
While we exist as a national organization, we have targeted service areas in: Baltimore, Maryland, Flint, Michigan, Memphis, Tennessee and Washington, DC.
Our signature programs include:
Some of our organizational milestones include:
Key Community Partner with DC Council leading to the passing of the DC Childhood Lead Prevention Amendment Act of 2017
Key Community Partner with First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church and Jaden Smith's Company 501CTHREE with The Water Box
Key Community Partner with the MD House of Delegates for the passing of 2 Lead Bills in 2019
Presented with Congressional Black Caucus Green Room Award of Excellence 2018
National Black United Front Ujima Community Award 2019
All of our media coverage can be found here.