​Find us: 

National Black United Front

PO Box 31544, Washington DC, DC 20030

Programs

What We Do

Buy Black Empowerment Initiative

Supporting and establishing Black-owned business to create jobs, reduce crime, stabilize neighborhoods and build wealth in our community.

Feed the Hood Project

A monthly survival program that provides those in need with personal hygiene products, medical supplies, food and clothing.

 

Black Arts Movement

By infusing activism and art, NBUF provides an outlet for artists, students and community organizers to use their talents as an outlet for the creativity side of social justice.

Sankofa Caravan to the Ancestors

An ancestral commemoration ceremony that offers praise & thanksgiving to The Creator and our revered Afrikan Ancestors. The Caravan seeks to educate our community on African Spirituality, History & Culture.  All faiths are encouraged to participate.

N'Joya Weusi Saturday School

An African Centered supplemental educational program based upon science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), as well as the cultural arts.

Mass Incarceration/Police Brutality

NBUF facilitates workshops on knowing your rights and conducts outreach directly in the community, educating people on what to do when stopped by the police.  NBUF also supports political prisoners through letter writing, visitation, advocacy and financial contributions to their commissary.

Sankofa Study Circle

By infusing activism and art, NBUF provides an outlet for artists, students and community organizers to use their talents as an outlet for the creativity side of social justice.

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