Meet the Many unique faces that push the MOB Movement & Community Outreach 
Discover MOB IMPACT

From San Francisco CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major - Industrial Organizational Psychology

"My main goal is to make sure that Black youth are afforded the opportunities that they deserve because at the end of the day we shouldn't have to struggle alone. MOB has played a validating role in my life, to be my authentic self in all spaces and carry the confident attitude from my cultural experience to know that I am not invisible and my image is defined by me" 

From East Oakland, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major- Multimedia 

"MOB is the solution to empowerment & creating a better future for the youth. MOB has created opportunities to better support the community." 

From West Oakland, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major Criminal Justice

 

"MOB to me and how it works for my life and my development as a black male to "ManHood!" MOBING means live your best life and educate yourself." 

From San Francisco CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major -Computer Science & Ethnic Studies

"MOB for me makes sure that I make sure that I stay responsible and accountable for everything that I do from outreach to class to work.It also makes looking for opportunities a little bit easier to come by." 

From North Oakland, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major Industrial Engineering 

 

"M.0.B has helped me connect with my peers

through mentorship. These are people I can see myself partnering w/ 

more in years to come. Allows for me to be a sounding board for my 

comrades and provides a place me to get feedback from them." 

From Los Angeles, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major - Psychology 

 

"MOB is a hub for understanding and expression for the black male student. " 

From Los Angeles, CA 

Cal State East Bay

Major -Political Science

"MOB works for my development because it places me in spaces and places where I can help those historically and socially under served." 

From Los Angeles, CA 

San Jose State University

Justice Studies Graduate Program 

"M.O.B is truly our space to be an example of what we think it is to be a black man and to identify with our culture."