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Black Professional Men, Inc., founded in 1991 has been courageously dedicated to our core mission to: address and enhance the social, economic, and political awareness needs of the African-American community.

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Men's Real Talk - Discussing things we cannot discuss in public.

Join Black Professional Men as we host our Men’s Real Talk series. When: Every 3rd Saturday of the month from 9:30 am – 11 am Where: THE Y IN DRUID HILL 1609 DRUID HILL AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD 21217 Benefits for your participation include: *Powerful networking opportunities with other men from all walks of life *The opportunity to receive real-world advice and insight on topics and issues directly related to us men *The opportunity to get certain things “off your chest” as men in a safe and conducive environment designed for empowerment and upliftment *Encouragement and support from other like-minded men Community Support Many of our black men are dealing with mental and other challenges that impact their ability to function. BPM is providing a platform that allow men to discuss and learn how to deal with these challenges. You do not have to deal with these challenges alone. We provide a safe environment. You are not alone and together, we can get through it. Hope to see your there! Cost: Free *Light snack may be provided · Blended family matters · Raising another man’s children · Parenting · Work life balance · Effective communication · Time management · Money management · Stress/pressure · Manhood/fatherhood · Feelings of failure/disappointment/depression · Goals/aspirations · Living a disciplined life · Healthy living · Role models/accountability · Extra streams of income · Estate planning and life insurance · Gender roles and responsibilities · Cheating/infidelity · Social media · Forgiveness · Commitment · Excuses · Generational curses (breaking them) · Staying prayed up · The importance of your support system and network · Resisting temptations · Change (it all starts with you) https://bpmrealtalk.eventbrite.com

Community Festival - F.A.C.E.

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Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in Baltimore, Maryland and established in 1991 to address the social, economic and political awareness needs of the African-American community, especially those of the African-American male. For a more in depth look at the work, programs, and events sponsored by BPM we encourage you to visit our website at www.blackprofessionalmen.org. There is unity in the community! BPM strongly believes that if we work together as a community to provide the necessary resources and support needed, in the most efficient and economical way possible, together we can combat some of the socioeconomic barriers that plague our communities. By pulling our resources together, we can collectively serve the community through creating partnerships with our neighbors in various neighborhoods. Through collective bargaining and thinking we can and will strive to develop relationships and create opportunities. The BPM Community Festival Initiative team will be hosting a total of 25 festivals in communities within and surrounding the Baltimore City/County areas from April through October of 2019. We are working to establish relationships and partnerships with community associations, organizations and leaders to collaborate with and establish annual festivals that support community needs. In addition, we are working to secure global partnerships with non-profit vendors to address the following services: Health and Wellness, Human Services, Family Services, Drug Treatment, Mental Health, Economic Services, Bullying, Human Trafficking, Citizen Re-Entry, Expungements… While this is a targeted list of services, vendor availability will determine which services will be present at each festival. Should you or someone within your network take interest in participating as a vendor please complete the following application from our website. www.blackprofessionalmen.org/community-festivals Questions regarding the festivals should be sent to [masked].

1st Annual F.A.C.E Community Festival 2019

Needs a location

Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in Baltimore, Maryland and established in 1991 to address the social, economic and political awareness needs of the African-American community, especially those of the African-American male. For a more in depth look at the work, programs, and events sponsored by BPM we encourage you to visit our website at www.blackprofessionalmen.org. There is unity in the community! BPM strongly believes that if we work together as a community to provide the necessary resources and support needed, in the most efficient and economical way possible, together we can combat some of the socioeconomic barriers that plague our communities. By pulling our resources together, we can collectively serve the community through creating partnerships with our neighbors in various neighborhoods. Through collective bargaining and thinking we can and will strive to develop relationships and create opportunities. The BPM Community Festival Initiative team will be hosting a total of 25 festivals in communities within and surrounding the Baltimore City/County areas from April through October of 2019. We are working to establish relationships and partnerships with community associations, organizations and leaders to collaborate with and establish annual festivals that support community needs. In addition, we are working to secure global partnerships with non-profit vendors to address the following services: Health and Wellness, Human Services, Family Services, Drug Treatment, Mental Health, Economic Services, Bullying, Human Trafficking, Citizen Re-Entry, Expungements… While this is a targeted list of services, vendor availability will determine which services will be present at each festival. Should you or someone within your network take interest in participating as a vendor please complete the following application from our website. www.blackprofessionalmen.org/community-festivals Questions regarding the festivals should be sent to [masked].

Pikesville Middle School Financial Tour after school program

Pikesville Middle School

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Good Vibes Happy Hour

Quality Inn

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