Men II Boys

November 11, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

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How does three generations of fatherlessness manifest itself in the hearts of young African-American Men? Watch the trailer and bear witness to the trauma.


The Best-Selling Independent African American Documentary of 2009


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82.3* is the percentage of African American children born since 1990 guaranteed not to live in the same home as their biological fathers. Between birth and age 16, a generation of African American youth, specifically boys, has not had access to positive male role models. Additionally, the concept of a residential father is often too far removed from these children’s reality. Many of us know the statistics; too many of us have attempted to affect the dilemmas facing young boys individually. A continuous struggle that at times seems insurmountable.

From the mainstream media to the corner barbershop, most conversations can properly identify the behavioral, social, economic, physical, psychological and spiritual challenges that define the modern era boy of color. We all know the data and research around the issues; the time has come to ask, “What are we willing to do?” When will we start to leverage our collective efforts to address the underlying pathology around this crisis? What will we do to curtail the desperate plight of our young boys? When will our dialogue transcend into real life solutions?



Community, Organizing, Uniting, Rallying, and Galvanizing Events

Project COURAGE utilizes a film and lecture series to mobilize men, women, youth, families neighborhoods and communities around one singular issue; connecting positive male role models with young boys of color. iYAGO Entertainment Group’s 44-minute documentary film, Men II Boys, is an organizing tool to encourage community-based, faith-based and civil-servant-based interaction and results. The Men II Boys Film & Lecture Tour is designed to promote advocacy efforts and provide solutions related to the challenges faced by young boys of color. Project COURAGE features a community conversation as a grassroots-organizing tool that focuses local and national stakeholders’ efforts and holds accountable their investment in their communities. Project COURAGE begins the process of restoring the time-honored tradition of Man to Young Man life-building and life-saving skills.

We NEED Your Support.

Your Donation to Men To Boys, Inc., regardless of the amount, will support our efforts to continue to make a positive impact on communities around this country. Whether $1 or $1000 your Tax-Deductible contribution will make the difference in a young boy’s life.

To learn more and more information on hosting an event in your community visit:


Men to Boys, Inc. (MTB) is a national non-profit organization with the mission of reconnecting fathers to sons and mentors to mentees. To accomplish its mission, MTB uses art and media as a social advocacy tool to change public perception of African American males and engages communities as advocates and men as positive roles models. MTB’s primary initiative is its national community engagement campaign, Project COURAGE.

*A Demographic Analysis of the Family Structure:Experiences of Children in the United States. David M. Blau. August 2007. IZA (The Institute for the Study of Labor: Bonn)

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  4. dainty39gm
    September 19, 2013 at 9:52 am

    I really enjoyed watching your documentary What Black Men Think. It was refreshing to view black men finally speaking the truth. I truly hope and pray you’ll produce more programs like this. I’m just hearing about MTB and I plan on purchasing it. Good luck to you.

  5. dainty39gm
    September 19, 2013 at 9:56 am

    BTW, I hope you’ll discuss the critical role black females play in the lives of their sons who don’t have a father in the home.

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