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Streamlined website provides enhanced experience for all stakeholders.

Black Youth Leadership Project (BYLP) announces the launch of its new website, designed with a fresh user-friendly experience and presentation of information regarding its mission and programs for high school age youth. The new website’s low hierarchical structure allows users to find information easily and smoothly.

The primary objective of the new BYLP website is to provide an effective platform to help

youth as well as communities understand the partnership that must take place between

the two. “It has been said before, but today’s youth truly are our future and BYLP takes

that seriously. Without them there is no BYLP. We want youth to fully understand the

relevance of civic participation within the American system, understand the Legislative

Process and equip them with the necessary information to make informed decisions.

Personal and corporate communities alike must understand the essential investment

that needs to take place in order to proactively create a vision that’s brighter for

California and our nation.” said Lorreen R. Pryor, BYLP President.


The homepage layout provides a quick-view bulletin board experience where visitors can quickly and easily glean BYLP's mission, upcoming events, social media activity, submit for BYLP updates, volunteer and donate.


BYLP's Partners are VALUABLE. The new Partners area has an updated value proposition layout and allows Partners an enhanced recognition and engagement process. BYLP is willing to create unique ways of communicating company brands to its audience.

Programs & Services

BYLP's flagship program has been the Legislative Open House since 1999. In addition to the Legislative Open House, BYLP also has the following programs - Social Justice Bootcamp (in partnership with Jewell Jones (District 11), the youngest State Representative in Michigan history), BYLP Bowl ( FREE annual bowling activity in partnership with Minorities in Law Enforcement 4 Kids - M4K), BYLP Justice League Breakfast and in light of more recent racial harassment and discrimination on school campuses, BYLP is now accepting student/parent/teacher complaints regarding mistreatment on school campuses via its latest program - BYLP Village Advocates.

"... step out and reach out." - Jewell Jones, Michigan State Representative, District 11


There are a myriad of ways to support the mission and purpose of BYLP - direct monetary contributions are not the only things BYLP needs to continue moving forward with influence. Shop AmazonSmile or iGive - a percentage of regular online shopping can go to BYLP! Sign up to Volunteer! Host a group fundraising event! Donate a vehicle at no cost to you!

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.


Talk to us! Looking for a speaker? Needing an advocate for Black students? Let's build the village together. #WakandaForever

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