The importance of education has been overlooked for far too long, within African-American communities. We hope to challenge and encourage African-American youths to pursue education relentlessly, and see the many benefits that will arise from stretching their young minds. According to the United States Census Bureau, in 2014 only 19.7% of African-Americans over the age of 25, held a Bachelors degree. When the talks of wealth and education come into play, the value of the two become synonymous. Under the Education portion of our program, we will also address: Tutoring, mandatory study groups, college preparation courses, etc. There was once a time when African-Americans were denied access to a quality education, and although the opportunities still aren’t equally distributed within the United States, the decision to pursue it is more vital than ever.