Boots on the ground
Trusted Servants Of The Black Community
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Zero Now NetworkBMCCP (Black Male Community Council of Philadelphia)
FUMP: Families of Unsolved Murders Project
Food Distribution ProgramTo aid in the stopping senseless violence. To uplift our communities with pride and integrity.
FAMILIES OF UNSOLVED MURDERS PROJECTIt takes a village to raise a child but the village can only save itself.
One Day, The Unthinkable Happened.
“The Murder of My Son William, Was The Impetus to Start The Black Male Commmunity Council”
Stanley Crawford, Founder, CEO
Stanley Crawford, organizer, and president of The Black Male Community Council of Philadelphia became the surviving parent of a homicide victim, when his son, William Aboaje Samir Crawford was murdered on the streets of Philadelphia. Determined not to allow grief to paralyze him, Stanley presented a call-to-action for Philadelphia’s Black men. His crowdsourcing efforts yielded a coalition of 50 African American males, whose community leadership and activism span decades and is multi-generational. These men bring various levels of expertise and diverse experiences. Faith-based organizations, social service organizations, law enforcement, community leaders and other community stakeholders make up the membership of B.M.C.C.P.
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What We Believe
The Goal of The Black Male Community Council of Philadelphia is to transform hot-spots into peaceful, clean and safe environments for the women, children, and senior citizens to live.
Our organization will foster strong community engagement and reduce violence in targeted areas of the city.
Recognizing the socioeconomic challenges and complexities of Philadelphia neighborhoods, B.M.C.C.P. has established five committees to implement strategies that will stabilize five identified “hotspots,” or high-crime targeted areas of the city by engaging 500 Black Men as Community Partners of B.M.C.C.P.
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The Black Male Community Council will continue enacting Phase one of comprehensive plan to uplift and rebuild target hot spot areas in Philadelphia’s inner city. To put your “Boots on the Ground” click below for more details.
To transform hotspots in Philadelphia neighborhoods into peaceful, clean and safe environments for the
women, children, and senior citizens to live. We will facilitate collaborative partnerships between
community stakeholders, law enforcement, religious and political leadership to foster strong community
engagement and reduce violence in targeted areas of the city.