Enabling African-American youth and young men to envision and achieve successful futures
Brotherhood, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that seeks to uplift and
empower young African American males, ages 16-24, who have had contact with
the criminal justice system or gangs, or who are at risk of such involvement.
Brotherhood, Inc. is a comprehensive reentry and prevention program that
strives to take a holistic approach by providing culturally-sensitive social
services, educational opportunities and on-site employment for participants
through the creation of social enterprises. Our organization is modeled after
Homeboy Industries of Los Angeles, which houses the largest reentry and gang
intervention program in the country.
Brotherhood Inc., will host its 3rd Annual
Spring Fundraiser Dinner:
"A Night of Brotherhood"
Featuring Guest Speaker:
Dr. Farrah Gray
Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Best Seller,
and Syndicated Columnist
Date: April 18, 2013
Wolfe Alumni Hall
Anderson Student Center
University of St. Thomas
For Event Information and to Purchase
December 2011: Brotherhood, Inc.
officially opens its doors!
June 2011: Brotherhood, Inc. named an
"Organization of Promise" by Social
Venture Partners Minnesota at the Epcon
Aug. 23rd 2o12: Brotherhood took Second
place in the Mosaic Social Entrepreneurs
625 University Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55104
651-368-8746 or 651-368-8744
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"I like Brotherhood because it reaches out
and teaches people." - T., 16
"Teenagers need a place to relate to other
teenagers. We need to be able to express
how we feel without feeling like we will be
judged." D., 17