Our Programs

Business Skills Olympics

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Brotherhood Breakfast

Over the past 23 years, the Brotherhood Breakfast has been attended by almost 3,000 representatives from business, government, education, religious institutions, and community organizations. The breakfasts honor people from all walks of life and celebrate the diversity that makes Westchester the State’s “Golden Apple”. The Brotherhood Breakfast is designed to bring together cpeople who may not normally interact, to share information about their missions and discuss strategies that are mutually beneficial. These are the people that help to shape economic, government, and social policy and it is AAMW’s goal to continue fostering their interaction.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Awards Luncheon

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.

Health Forum

Healthy People Program is a multifaceted collaborative program focused on health education needs of underserved communities. The program is designed to raise awareness, & encourage follow-up treatment for diseases that disproportionately affect the African American community such as, diabetes, obesity, cancers, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, etc. These conditions are addressed through seminars, health screening, referrals conducted in conjunction with the County’s Health Department, Social Services, Community Mental Health, NYS Department of Health, local medical centers, public housing authorities, private health care professionals, & other community non-profits.

Social Justice Forum

Social justice is a concept of fair and just relations between the individual and society.This is measured by the explicit and tacit terms for the distribution of wealth, opportunities for personal activity and social privileges.

Environmental Forum

For over 20 years, AAMW has provided athletic programs such as golf and tennis camps, basketball tournaments, soccer camps and Miniature Olympics for Toddlers. Several thousand young people, pre-school through high school, have taken advantage of these programs which are instructed by high school, college, semi-pro, and professional coaches. Our organization has been given access to both private and public sports facilities in support of these events which continue to grow in participation. These programs are used as a tool to teach young people discipline, teamwork, social etiquette, and the benefits of a healthy life style.

Educational Forum

Every year, teachers, professors, administrators, school board members, education advocates, students, parents, and members of the business community have come together to address the issues facing our educational system. AAMW brings together all of these groups to exchange cutting edge strategies the highest quality education to all of our young people. The forums are focused on closing the achievement gap, reducing dropout rates, eliminating violence and other negative influences in our schools to support our young people in becoming educated, productive, and involved members of society.

Domestic Violence Workshop

AAMW is dedicated to address issues related to education, youth empowerment, domestic violence awareness and environmental justicee. Our goal is to design activities and provide programs that enrich the lives of young people and families to build strong communities that improve the lives of all county residents.

Youth & Women Sports

For over 20 years, AAMW has provided athletic programs such as golf and tennis camps, basketball tournaments, soccer camps and Miniature Olympics for Toddlers. Several thousand young people, pre-school through high school, have taken advantage of these programs which are instructed by high school, college, semi-pro, and professional coaches. Our organization has been given access to both private and public sports facilities in support of these events which continue to grow in participation. These programs are used as a tool to teach young people discipline, teamwork, social etiquette, and the benefits of a healthy life style.