African American
Male Leadership Academy

Inspiring African American Males to fulfill roles that produce leaders in families and communities.

Welcome to the
African American Male Leadership Academy


September 22nd
   (Bullying/Respecting Authority)
October 13th 
(Respecting Authority
October 27th 
Mentorship Outing-Greensboro Jailhouse
November 17th
True Meaning of Thanksgiving
December 8th 
(AAMLA Holiday Social 5pm-7pm)
Brown Residence
4802 Peppercorn Lane Greensboro, NC 27406
"2019 Sessions will be postd in December"

"Nobody can have long term goals with short term plans"

The African American Male Leadership Academy
will meet every
2nd & 4th Saturday
LOCATION: 3631 Summit Avenue Greensboro, NC 27405

"Change oneself, changing the community, changing the world"
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    Connecting with the right Mentor
    We do not provide mentors because African American Males are lacking positive adult role models. Instead we provide mentors to enable them to successfully make the transition into adulthood in hopes they will become law abiding citizens connected to meaningful work while maintaining healthy relationships.
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    Why trust is important
    Very often mentoring programs attempt to match mentors to youth based on interest or common characteristics. Statistics have proven that there must first be a bridge of trust before a relationship can be established. We desire to gain the trust of the male so that whats being taught can result in a positve outcome.
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    A sense of belonging
    When a sense of belonging is felt within African American Males, the results are a continuation of participation. It is our goal to encourage a continual relationship with youth and AAMLA with hopes of impacting generations to come thereafter. This starts with a sense of belonging
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    The Balancing Act
    One of the major goals to keeping one's balance, is to know when it is lost. When balance is no longer an option, disrespect of oneself, bad choice's and wrongful influence will soon take place. We inspire ways to encourage African American Males to seek balance in their life.
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    We seek for African American Males to understand values in their lives. We encourage them to implement their thoughts and actions based on positive values. When values are primal in one's life, then integrity is visibly demonstrated.
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    Trauma Experiences & Violence
    Statistics have proven that African American Males who were raised in environments where violence and trauma experiences were prevalent,there is a delay in achieving milestone accomplishments. The AAMLA seek to build skills in youth by structured activity that promote healing and growth.
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    The AAMLA Scholarship Fund
    The AAMLA demonstrate ways to promote and reward African American Males who are affected by programs sponsored by The African American Male Leadership Academy. .