About M.O.B.B. United

 

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Our Sons Deserve a Future.

Founded by Depelsha Thomas McGruder in July 2016, Moms of Black Boys United is a group of concerned mothers who aim to make a difference in policy and perception impacting how Black boys and men are treated by law enforcement. We represent every race, age, socioeconomic background, marital status and education level. What we share in common is that we all have Black sons whom we love dearly, which fills us with both pride and fear.

M.O.B.B. UNITED employs a 5 point approach to creating solutions:

1) Influence Policy 

2) Change Perception 

3) Demonstrate our Power 

4) Partner Strategically 

5) Promote Self-Care

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  Learn More   We have many committees and sub-committees. Find one that matches your skills and passion.

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  Twitter   Follow us, retweet us, and encourage ALL your friends and family to do so.

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  Facebook   Join our discussions, learn about local meet-ups, immerse yourself in a community of support.

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  Youtube   See our #ProtectThem campaign and our growing collection of videos.

 

M.O.B.B. UNITED in the Press

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