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Partners and Resources

It takes a team!

Hayti Reborn has a committed group of partners to ensure the mission and vision of the organization is not only implemented but is sustained and elevated through full community support.  

Programming Partners
 Letters of Support

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Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black

This organization has always been and still is an institution that serves as a representative of, and as a leadership body for, the Black community of the City and County of Durham.

Back in the Black

The American Rescue Plan Act has allocated more than $100 million to help Durham City and County.

OneTen 

Be Connected

Be Connected Durham is a community initiative and a social enterprise formerly housed at Beyu Caffe. Founded in 2015, they have attracted amazing partnerships and built a community of connections. Their events and marketing services connect audiences, address disparities, foster equity, and bridge understanding through the arts, culture, music, and politics.

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Organizing Against Racism

Organizing Against Racism (OAR) is a network of anti-racism groups based in or around the Triangle, North Carolina that host trainings and events to advance racial equity. 

Episcopalians United Against Racism

As members of Episcopalians United Against Racism, we strive to better understand the root causes of systemic racism while building a broad coalition of anti-racist Episcopalians. We are committed to transformational change individually as well as communally, with the goals of:

• Internalizing the inseparability of racial equity and anti-poverty work &

• Engaging with people from all backgrounds to challenge structures that perpetuate white supremacy in an age of “colorblindness.”

As members of Episcopalians United Against Racism, we strive to better understand the root causes of systemic racism while building a broad coalition of anti-racist Episcopalians. We are committed to transformational change individually as well as communally, with the goals of:

• Internalizing the inseparability of racial equity and anti-poverty work &

• Engaging with people from all backgrounds to challenge structures that perpetuate white supremacy in an age of “colorblindness.”

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InterNeighborhood Council of Durham (INC)

Organized in 1984, the InterNeighborhood Council of Durham (INC) is a coalition of Durham’s neighborhood and homeowner’s associations. Our mission is to promote the quality, stability and vitality of Durham’s residential neighborhoods. Just as many heads are better than one, neighborhoods gain strength by working together.

The Durham Voice

The Durham Voice is a joint UNC, NCCU journalism program community news project in Northeast Central Durham The journalism programs at UNC-Chapel Hill and N.C. Central University have partnered with Durham civic and church leaders, volunteers and residents to launch the Northeast Central Durham Community VOICE, a community news publication serving Northeast Central Durham (NECD). Stories are posted online at durhamvoice.org with neighborhood news, information, photos, videos and features provided by NCCU and UNC journalism students and local teens mentored by students and faculty.

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OneTen 

OneTen aims to close the opportunity gap for Black talent in America. Together, we create opportunities to earn success and ignite potential for generations to come. They connect talented Black individuals without a four-year college degree with leading education and skill-building organizations, committed employers with family-sustaining jobs and wraparound support services.

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The Athletes Connecting Through Service (ACTS) Program

ACTS is a comprehensive education, employment, and recreation initiative designed to enhance the physical, emotional, and team work skills for participating youth. The program is guided by retired federal prison's employee, Tommy Long and Youth Activist Roscoe Brown.

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Boss Services, LLC

Boss Services specializes in post construction cleaning and interior and exterior of newly constructed homes in the Triangle Area. They will provide on-the-job training so participants can practice their soft-skills in the workplace.

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The Budo Academy of Durham (BAD): School of Goju Ryu Taijutsu

BAD is a mentoring organization that revives the traditional approach to martial arts training that focuses on character development so its participants learn better social emotional management.

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Bull City Youth Uplift Organization (BCYUO)

Started in 2011, BCYUO is committed to the health literacy, decreased intentional violence, and increased academic standing of children in the underserved communities of color in Durham. This is done through mentorship, leadership opportunities, academic enhancement programs, and team athletics.

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Dangers of the Mind (DOM)

Kristen Hopkins is an international social entrepreneur, dedicated to the holistic development of youth and young adults and the Founder and CEO of Dangers of the Mind, LLC. DOM offers an Intervention Kit Program designed for "transient" students (those in: in-school suspension; restorative practice centers; juvenile justice; and reentry). This work is built upon Social and Emotional Learning (SEL).

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D.L. Forbes Youth Foundation

The D.L. Forbes Youth Foundation is a para-military foundation that assists families in underserved communities of color instill lifelong mental, physical, and spiritual changes in youth as well as promoting and re-building family unity. Their Advanced Leadership Academy Program, for youth ages 10-13, is a 20-day residential “wilderness” adventure

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Fatherhood of Durham (FOD)

Started in 2018, FOD is a 12 week, evidence-based program that is father-centered and focuses on empowering dads to develop the knowledge, confidence, and skills to become responsible fathers and co-parents in the Durham community.

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Hayti Reborn Workforce Development Partners

Our parent company, headed by Henry McKoy has developed partnerships with the Building up Local Life Sciences (BULLS) Initiative, OneTen, and a number of other organizations in Durham and Research Triangle Park who are committed to hiring local people of color who possess the soft skills, motivation, and readiness training to fill available positions. 

Business Colleagues

Kingdom Building Mentality Business Consultancy

Kingdom Building will coordinate and provide mentorship for the first 12 months to new entrepreneurs of color as they begin their new businesses.

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Love and Respect House

Love and Respect is a transitional house for men that have practiced unhealthy living situations, primarily through a history of substance abuse and gang involvement. 

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Milestones Culinary Institute, Inc. 

Started in 2004, Milestones’ mission is to educate and train students to meet and exceed industry standards on culinary excellence. They educate the underserved, the formerly incarcerated, and youth who are interested in training to grow a career in culinary arts.

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PROUD Program

The PROUD Program will focus on workforce readiness programming for those involved in and returning from involvement in the criminal justice system. They provide training in the areas of: soft skills; effective communications; professionalism; problem solving; and time management.

Books

Rebuilding Durham Greatness – Adelaide Banks Marketing, LLC

As a great Durham storyteller and Black History & Race Relations Educator, Adelaide Banks will create interactive workshops, community activities, and training programs for participants in the Hayti Reborn – Justice Movement.

Thomas Mentor Leadership Academy

The Thomas Mentor Leadership Academy will use the “Ready to Go: Mentor Training Toolkit” (a curriculum produced by Michigan State University: Extension & 4-H Youth Development) to train prospective community mentors.