african american men of westchester

We are a group of men who are dedicated to helping address issues related to education, youth empowerment, domestic violence awareness and environmental justice.

2020 Virtual Brotherhood Conference - Bridging the Black Economic Divide

AAMW's annual Brotherhood Breakfast this year a virtual conference.  This event was moderated by award winning journalist Julian Phillips and covered author Shawn Rochester's book.  

Hosted by AAMW member Anthony Epps

AAMW's Annual Event Recognizing the Contributions of Young People

Real Talk About COVID-19

Co-hosted by AAMW Health Committee Chairs, S. Hassan Bilal & Edwin Bowman and featuring our partners from Westchester Medical Center (WMCHealth):

Dr. Rene Garrick, Chief Medical Officer

Mecca Mitchell, Sr. VP, Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement

CONTRIBUTION

COMMITMENT

CONSISTENCY

Our Mission

AAMW is committed to developing and encouraging collaborative action to strengthen the economic, social, and educational foundation of our communities.

 

Values & Goals

Through the bonds of brotherhood and fellowship, the spirit of collective work and responsibility, and a strong commitment to community - we can make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

35

Plus Active Members

20

Programs Per Year

30

Years + 
in Existance

$50,000+

Given in Scholarships

Help Sponsor a Students Education

Join a 15year traditon of valuing our youth's social commitment & academic scholarship. Become a sponsor-partner of the MLK Legacy Awards program.

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Our Commitment to Building Community

Youth & Women's Golf Program

We support public/private partnerships

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Domestic Violence Programs

We promote educational opportunity

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Environmental Programs

We advocate environmental awaress

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In our members own words

Rashad Bilal, Financal Advisor

George Malone 

Miguel Constable, AAMW Members

George and Miguel are Co-Chairmen of the Youth Envirnmental Program. Both men are professionals in the technology and engineering fields. They bring an unique perspective to educating our youth about the importances of earth science, nature and environmental stewardship

African American Men of Westchester

333 Mamaroneck Avenue,PMB 293 White Plains, New York 10601

info@aamw.com