African American Men of Westchester

Our Next Events


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Legacy Awards Luncheon Monday, January 21st, 2019, 11:30AM - 2PM.
AAMW sponsored the first Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Family Day Celebration over 20 years ago to celebrate the life & teachings of Dr. King. This event became the largest of its kind in Westchester, & indeed the northeast, attracting over 5,000 people over the years from every walk of life to keep Dr. King’s message of service to mankind alive. Currently we focus young people in the county who have demonstrated a commitment to the teachings of Dr. King (& the event was renamed The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Youth Awards). Over 500 people attend this event and over to honor 120 young people have received Legacy Youth Awards since the program’s inception. This group of young people represents every socioeconomic strata, & geographic region of the county.

Programs We Invest In

Sports are not just about winning but rather joining in a community activity.

Putting people first allows our organization to create programs that benefit the community.

A key strategy to stopping domestic violence, is to promote respectful, nonviolent relationships.

Building positive views on life is a product of a good education and our core goal.

Adequate housing is a necessity in our commuity, it constitutes stability and a since of security.

Health and wellness in our communities is a must to increases everyones quality of life.

Messages from our members

A Business Focus

AAMW member, Rashad Bilal, Financial

A note about Mental Health

AAMW member, Hassan Bilal, Financial

Regarding Higher Education

AANW Member, Ed Bowman, Professor

About Domestic Violence

AAMW member, Mayo Bartell, Attorney


Our members represent diverse professions and trades. They live and work in various coummunities across Westchester county.

With variety of skills and interests our members contribute creativity, professionalism and personal know how .



Active Members



Per Year


Years Plus in Existance


Plus Dollars

Given in Scholarships

We have found that
most students enjoy learning

Partnerships That Serve The Community

Jacob Burns Center Partners
First Night Film Showing
Arts Westchester Partnership
Larry Salley Memorial Photo Award
Westchester Black Bar Assoc. Partner
Golf Ball Classic
Con Edison Partnership
MLK Legacy Awards

Help Sponsor A Student's Education

Join a 15year traditon of valuing our youth's social commitment & academic scholarship. Become a sponsor-partner of the MLK Legacy Awards program.