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Nancy Lesinski
May is Donation-Matching and Birthday-Celebrating Month in honor of our Founder and Director Odis Bellinger's May birthday,
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Building Better Men has announced its Golf Academy program, the newest “It’s Possible” Mondays program.  Starting on May 4, three 4-week sessions will be taught by a PGA (Professional Golf Association) member at a local Detroit golfing range from 6-7 pm. We will be teaching young men basic golfing skills and etiquette, the qualifications needed...
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Building Better Men has announced its new “It’s Possible” Mondays online program beginning on Monday, April 26, 2021 from 6 – 7 pm, focused on a new 4 week Letter Writing Series. We will be teaching young men how to express their feelings through writing letters. This will also help the attendees improve their writing...
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After raising their own children, Anthony and Antoinette James found themselves in the role of parent again, now raising two of their grandsons. In this interview, the family shares their personal experience and the difference that the Building Better Men program has made in their life.
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Building Better Men Founder Odis Bellinger was recently interviewed by Elizabeth Atkins and Michael Hunter, hosts of the MI Healthy Mind program, 30-minute TV talk show with a focus on all things Health and Wellness, particularly in the mental health and behavioral sectors. Watch on Sunday, April 11.
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Building Better Men has announced its new “It’s Possible” Mondays online program beginning on Monday, March 22, 2021 from 6 - 7 pm, focused on career opportunities in the medical field.  This first session was led by medical student Cory Wilson, who focused on why there is a need for more black male doctors.  This...
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In honor of Black History Month and as a literacy building tool, Building Better Men (B2M)  held a "Letters to Your African American Hero" essay contest for young males, providing them opportunity to recognize their favorite deceased or living leader. 
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Building Better Men founder and director Odis Bellinger has been recognized by the Skillman Foundation as a recipient of its Heart of Detroit program.
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During February and March, Building Better Men is offering virtual instruction in how to become a successful YouTuber and gain skill sets through gaming.
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Building Better Men, in partnership with Camp Restore, is offering one-hour online tutoring sessions for young males ages 8 - 17 who need assistance with their school work. 
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