The Starbucks Foundation + Partners Support AAKOMA Project

The Starbucks Foundation + Partners Support AAKOMA Project

The AAKOMA Project received a grant from The Starbucks Foundation as part of the organization’s $1.5 million contribution shared across more than 400 nonprofits working to promote racial equity and create more inclusive communities. AAKOMA Project founder Dr. Alfiee...
AAKOMA Project is Hiring!

AAKOMA Project is Hiring!

We are Seeking an Operations Assistant to build the work of the AAKOMA Project. At AAKOMA, we work with teenagers, young adults, their families and communities to raise awareness, conduct patient-centered research, and encourage young people to begin conversations to...
AAKOMA Receives Funding in Support of Racial Healing

AAKOMA Receives Funding in Support of Racial Healing

“For too long, racial trauma was the elephant in the room that we did not discuss as a society. Today, that conversation is starting to change. We’re honored to be supported by the Community Foundation of Northern Virginia at this critical time to help...
Black Girl Magic and Black Boy Joy Start with Healthy Minds

Black Girl Magic and Black Boy Joy Start with Healthy Minds

Since young people are our future, it is the duty of those who are higher up in age to clear the path for them to the best of their ability. We cannot expect to have successful black woman and men later if we don’t do the work now to prioritize their mental...