My Brother's Keeper SA

Shifting Narratives for Boys and Young Men of Color

My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio is a network of cross sector partners working together to change outcomes for boys and young men of color.  Our focus areas are all geared towards increasing post secondary attainment.

Our Focus Areas:

Restorative justice in school and communities

Access to mentors who look like them

Connecting youth to school or work

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

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Youth and Families

As a network, we are committed to convening community members at least once a semester to gain insights and actively engage you in action to support boys and young men of color. Below are institutions committed to shifting narratives for boys and young men of color through a common agenda, data sharing, and leveraging resources.


Direct Service Agencies

100 Black Men INC
American Indians in Texas
City Year
Communities in Schools San Antonio
San Antonio Education Partnership
Trinity Advising Corp, 


Work Force Partners

Goodwill Industries of San Antonio
Work Force Solutions Alamo


K-12 Serving Institutions

Edgewood Independent School District
Harlandale Independent School District
Judson Independent School District
North East Independent School District
San Antonio Independent School District
Region 20


Higher Education

100 Collegiate @ St. Philips College
City Education Partnership
Our Lady of the Lake University
Relay Graduate School of Education
UTSA Department of Education Policy and Leadership Studies
UTSA Office of Community and Restorative Justice
Raise Your Hand Texas


County Partners

Bexar County Judicial Services
Bexar County Juvenile Probation
Bexar County Dispute Resolution


City Partners

Metro Health
Stand Up SA