Black Brotherly Love ✊🏾

We said it’s not just a march... it’s a MOVEMENT!

The first 100 YOUTH volunteers to register AND participate get a DTLR gift card, a t-shirt, and certificate of completion.

Neighborhood Clean Up @ The Pit
Kyle The Conductor x Twan Pas x Taj Murdock after a neighborhood clean up!


The march represented love, positivity, freedom, and unity for ALL Black men. We changed the narrative that associates Black men with negativity, oppression, separation and FEAR. Black men, teens and boys will march in silence wearing their struggles on their masks in solidarity.

At the conclusion of the march brothers broke their silence unleashing an outcry that was heard and felt around the world. This act of liberation symbolized the power of their voices, and encouraged brothers everywhere to SPEAK UP against all injustices.

This wasn’t just a march... it’s a movement! The organizers are revitalizing a West Philadelphia playground and add a community garden. We’re starting with The Pit on 51st and Parrish. This is the kickoff of a series of community engagements and recruitment efforts to build social, emotional, political and economic unity throughout the black community. In addition, we are working with Black boys and teens to develop quality programming to support them in leading their generation.

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The team can’t do this work alone, and will need all of the support they can get. Please consider making a contribution of your time, talent, or treasure.


Taj Murdock: The Empowerment Achievement Movement Inc.
Jarrad Gholston: Robots & Mentors
Eric Marsh Sr: Fathering Circle
Emil Acolatse: Free Inspiration Reaching Everyone (FIRE)
Kyle The Conductor: The Education Culture Opportunities Foundation, 501c3
Serita Lewis of Urbn Seek & Nikki Bagby of A Humbled Heart standing in solidarity with their brothers