Mission Statement

To provide non-partisan, educational research, public policy development, and analysis of various issues of social and economic importance of Michigan's Black Communities, and to implement associated programs and services which enhance the quality of life of children and families.

What We Do:

The Black Caucus Foundation of Michigan was founded in 1985 by State Representative Alma G. Stallworth. She was inspired to create the Black Caucus Foundation of Michigan while serving as chair with the Congressional Black Caucus. It is chartered as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.

Currently, the Foundation sponsors initiatives that directly impact minority youth within the City of Detroit. They are; Drug Free Youth In Detroit (DFYID), Dr. Darrius' projectPRESCRIBE, and a Parent Education Program targeting teen parents. These programs are in effect during the school year. During the summer the foundation also sponsors various programs, such as The Power Of Choice.

  • Tax Policy
  • Energy
  • Healthcare
  • Urban Housing
  • Residential Neighborhood Stabilization
  • Detroit Public Schools



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