Black Mothers Forum (BMF) works to end the school-to-prison pipeline by organizing, educating, and taking action to support positive connections and mindsets. The organization advocates for social action and change to promote social justice and address Black community concerns. They also offer holistic reentry programs to help formerly incarcerated people access opportunities for advancement. In addition, the group aims to improve children’s and families’ mental health and well-being and eliminate violence, police brutality, and bullying. BMF takes action through its dedication to community health and well-being by distributing available resources, supporting spiritually, physically, and mentally healthy mindsets, and having a voice for those who lack one. Their mission is to help Black sons and daughters who have experienced police brutality by acting as a parent and as an advocate for social justice. For more information about specific services or supports, contact Black Mothers Forum directly using the information on this page.