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Meeting Name: BLACK MALE ACHIEVEMENT ADVISORY COUNCIL Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 1/10/2019 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Room 303, City Hall
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   1. Call to Order at 10:13 A.M.    Not available
   2. Roll Call.     Roll call Not available
     Also present: Lamont Smith for Ellen Gilligan Tim McMurtry, II - on behalf of Robert Cherry     Not available
   3. Approval of the November 29, 2018 meeting miutes.

Minutes note: Motion by Mayor Barrett, seconded by Mr. Sain to approve minutes of the November 29, 2018 meeting. There were no objections.
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   4. Introduction of new member - Joaquin Altoro.    Not available
   5. My Brother's Keeper Action Plan - new partners - Mike Peeples.

Minutes note: The New and Potential Partners are: Carmen High School City Year UW - African American Male Initiative I.C. Stars Wisconisn works; MAXIMUS Milwaukee Jobs Wisconsin Fathers for Children and Families Express Yourself Milwaukee The Parenting Network MPS, Parenting & Pregnant Youth Program ALMA Center Parklawn Assembly of God Asset Builders The Wake Up Program Spectrum Non-profit Services; PIVOT Wisconsin Anti-violence Efforts (WAVE)
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   6. Workgroups - Purpose and Process - Mike Peeples/President Hamilton.

Minutes note: The purpose of the Black Male Achievement Advisory Council (BMAAC) is to make recommendations to the Common Council on the issue of African American male achievement. The BMAAC shall also oversee the City Leadership Grant to Promote Black Male Achievement from the National League of Cities' Institute for Youth, Education and Families, and to include making recommendations relating to the My Brother's Keeper presidential initiative. The BMAAC workgroups are the following: Education & Workforce Development (Lead agencies: MPS, MATC, Employ Milwaukee) Members: Mark Sain Shannon Reed Rashaad Washington David Crowley Crimininal Justice Reform & Violence Reduction (Lead agencies: Legal Action of Wisconsin & Office of Violence Prevention) Members: Torre Johnson, Sr. William Coleman David Crowley Ray Banks Health (Lead agency: Milwaukee Health Department) Members: Darryl Davidson David Crowley Spencer Coggs Leadership & Civic Engagement (Lead agencies: PIVOT & Running Rebels) Members: Leigh Kunde William Coleman Learning & Systems Development (Lead agency: Greater Milwaukee Foundation) Members: Lamont Smith Shannon Reed The purpose and process of these workgroups are: To meet and collaborate on MBK action plan and new ideas. To share best practices, outcomes, and areas in need of improvements with BMAAC. To identify new partners to strengthen work groups and MBK community.
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   7. My Brother's Keeper Alliance Update: "Community to Watch" designation - Mike Peeples/Shannon Reed.

Minutes note: The United Way was considered for the MBK Community Challenge through the Obama Foundation Grant application; although the agency was not selected as final recipient for the grant, it was given the "Community to Watch" designation. In February 2019, Mr. Reed, Mr. Ramey, and Mr. Peeples will be attending the MBK Raising Community Meeting in Oakland this February 2019. They will be have the opportunity to visit the community to see what is happening in the Oakland community.
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   8. Equal Rights Commission Update - Mr. Ordoñez

Minutes note: The most resent ordinance relating to the Equal Rights Commission, repeals and recreates chapter 109 of the code reconstituting the city’s equal rights commission. The role and procedures of the commission in enforcing prohibitions against discrimination in the city are retained for those matters and complaints that are not subject to federal or state jurisdiction and enforcement. Matters and complaints investigated and prosecuted by the commission are subject to the same procedural requirements as previously codified. The commission shall monitor and review the equal rights climate within the city and make recommendations to the mayor and the common council to promote social and economic equity for all residents of the city. The ordinance provides for cooperation among city departments and the commission, to also identify those programs and activities of the city that provide opportunities for the promotion of equal rights, to evaluate city efforts related to equal rights, to recognize accomplishments, and to develop recommendations for extending and improving equal rights and opportunities in city programs and activities. The ordinance increases the number of members of the equal rights commission from 7 to 9. Furthermore, this ordinance adds domestic partners, victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault, HIV-positive persons, and homeless individuals to the existing list of protected persons and also provides for protection on the basis of genetic identity.
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   9. Announcements: MENTOR Greater Milwaukee (MGM) is an affiliate of MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership. MGM is an advocate for the expansion of quality mentoring in Metro Milwaukee and a resource for mentors and mentoring initiative county-wide. MGM will work collaboratively across sectors to support existing and emerging organizations that provide mentoring services to youth. The MISSION of MENTOR Greater Milwaukee is to increase quality mentoring relationships by building the capacity of existing mentoring organizations matching a caring adult with children in need through safe, effective mentoring programs via Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee Bucks, and the City of Milwaukee. The UW-Milwaukee African American Male Initiative (AMMI) invites all to submit your proposals by January 11, 2019 for the Sixth Annual Summit on Black Male Youth. The summit will take place Monday, March 18, 2019 for high schools and Tuesday, March 19, 2019 for middle schools from 9am - 3pm at the UW-Milwaukee Student Union. They are seeking workshops presenter to participate. Ms. Ramona Sledge     Not available
   10. Meeting adjourned at 11:47 Am Joanna Polanco Staff Assistant     Not available
     In the event that Common Council members who are not members of this committee attend this meeting, this meeting may also simultaneously constitute a meeting of the Common Council or any of the following committees: Community and Economic Development, Finance and Personnel, Judiciary and Legislation, Licenses, Public Safety, Public Works, Zoning, Neighborhoods & Development, and/or Steering and Rules. Whether a simultaneous meeting is occurring depends on whether the presence of one or more of the Common Council member results in a quorum of the Common Council or any of the above committees, and, if there is a quorum of another committee, whether any agenda items listed above involve matters within that committee’s realm of authority. In the event that a simultaneous meeting is occurring, no action other than information gathering will be taken at the simultaneous meeting.     Not available
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