The United Humanity Coalition is training the next generation of thought leaders

UHC is a grassroots initiative designed to facilitate organizing and empowering the next generation of thought leaders and culture influencers. Through curating and training this unique group of talent, we hope increase cultural consciousness and responsibility in America. Ultimately, we aim to heal race relations in America through leadership development programs.

The UHC targets college students and high school seniors looking to actively participate in shifting American culture in the context of race relations and social justice. The UHC also aims to leverage its network of next generation activists by uniting their collective voting power to influence politics at the local, state and national levels.

To get the job done, however, we need you.

THREE-POINT ACTION PLAN

Strategy

EDUCATE

With the support of partner organizations, we will educate non-diverse communities by hosting experiential diversity trainings.

EMPOWER

We will amplify the impact of organizations working on ground zero to effect change in urban communities through financial & operational empowerment.

PROTECT

We will develop a network of legislative watchdogs to ensure all human interests are protected at the local, state and federal levels of government.

TWENTY EIGHTEEN

Goals

TRAIN

With the support of partner organizations, we will train 25,000 students to become next generation activists by 2023.

ENGAGE

We will engage 15 branches, 150 members, and 20 grassroots organizations as partners for 2019 programs.

FUNDRAISE

We will leverage brand and corporate partnerships to financially support our 2019 programs.

WORKING FOR THE MISSION

Executive Team

Taking grassroots to the next level, the UHC executive team is developing programs that make a measurable impact on race relations. Contributing their respective disciplines in marketing, community engagement, advertising, law, and brand partnerships; the trio have developed a three-point plan of action that is certain to make an impact.

Executive Pledge: We are committed to reclaiming our peace and seeking equality for the next generation. Through UNITY OF ACTION, we join with our brothers and sisters from all ethnic backgrounds to celebrate our shared humanity. To protect our communities, we will increase SELF-SUFFICIENCY through consumer power. No longer will we turn our minds from the corruption of government. Moving forward, we will demand TRUSTED REPRESENTATION as demonstrated through their EMPATHY & UNDERSTANDING of all Americans.

We will educate, empower and protect.

Chevonna Nimmons

Chevonna Nimmons

Advocacy & Outreach Director
Eugenia Blackmon, Esq.

Eugenia Blackmon, Esq.

Executive Director, Chair
Rocio Castro

Rocio Castro

Operations & Latino Affairs Director

WORKING FOR EFFECTIVE CONNECTIONS

Advisory Board

Advisory Board members collaborate for the continual sustainability and growth of the UHC through effective partnerships and financial contributors.

Amber Forrester

Amber Forrester

Board Member, Co-Founder
Keith White, Esq.

Keith White, Esq.

Board Member

WORKING TO SEE IMPACT

Impact Partners

Impact partners support UHC programs, community outreach, and strategic planning.

AJ Ali

AJ Ali

Executive Producer, Walking While Black
George Torres

George Torres

Latino Activist, Urban Jibaro

WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU

Now

To make an impact, we need to learn more about you and how we can join forces.

STRONGER TOGETHER

Contributors

Leandra Williams

Aishia Snider

Tamesha Larbi

Dawn Reese

Kya Johnson

Minca Brantley

Monique Pinkney

Calabria Gale

Johnathan Bostoc

Evette Rios

Sylvia Arakas-Gutierrez

Wanda Mora

Niya Carr

Quemella Holland

Sabrina Richardson

Brandi Williams

Luanna Williams

Willard Moore II

Denis Sneed-Williams

Eric Fleming

Sean Plunkett

Faviana Campbell

Frank and Danielle Kearns

Wes Norris

Freda Knowles

Stephanie Thom