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As a 100% volunteer run 501(c)(3), Black Youth Leadership Project (BYLP), can only achieve its goals with the assistance of generous donations from individual & corporate donors from our community. Without community support, serving Black youth in California would not be possible.
Now in existence for over 20 years, BYLP remains committed to providing quality programming for Black youth. We invite you to take part in our year-round programming and experience firsthand the pride we take in fulfilling our mission: to establish, develop, and implement educational programs for Black youth in the areas of leadership, public speaking, orientation to the legislative process, public service, cultural awareness and identity.
In his work, Democracy In America, Alexis de Toqueville points out that each new generation is a new people that must acquire the knowledge, skills, and traits of private and public character that support a constitutional democracy. BYLP is dedicated to developing that next generation of future professionals and public leaders in California. As a non-profit, civic educational organization, the level of experiential civic education that participants undergo is useful to sustain a constitutional democracy.
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BYLP is willing to create unique ways of communicating company brands to our audience in trade for various services. Partnership levels and benefits will be determined based on the value of the other. Do not hesitate to contact BYLP with any questions: 510.969.BYLP (2957) or email@example.com.