We help black males to see and develop the king within.
We recognize that family dynamics, economics, media, education, entertainment and community all inform a young man’s identity and ultimately his future. We’re developing a culture where nobility is rewarded, women are esteemed, fathers father their children. For too long Black masculinity has been perceived and perpetuated as irreverent, criminal, irresponsible, unfaithful, violent, and academically inferior. At Raising Kings we’re celebrating a new perspective on manhood that’s both aspirational and attainable. We’re supporting and resourcing a lifestyle of character and moral purpose. We are building a mature brotherhood of men leading themselves, their families, communities & culture toward peace.