Our Background

Black Millennials For Flint (#BM4F) is a grassroots,
environmental justice and civil rights organization with the purpose of bringing like-minded organizations
together to collectively take action and advocate against the crisis of lead exposure specifically in
African American & Latino communities throughout the nation.

Our roots began as a programming initiative within Thursday Network—Greater Washington Urban League Professionals led by LaTricea Adams, Founder & President of Black Millennials for Flint.

Our first project was to support the Buffalo Urban League Young Professionals Chapter with bringing in donations in preparation for a Flint Service Trip where we helped bring in over 170 water donations. As a collective group of black millennials, we grew into an official movement on February 10, 2016.

Meet Our Board of Directors

President & Founder

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LaTricea D. Adams, MAT, EdS


Director, Fundraising & Development

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Jason Barnes


Director, Advocacy

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Michelle Mabson


Director,  Strategic Alliances

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Krystina White


our mission

Black Millennials for Flint’s mission is to empower communities to take action and advocate against the crisis of lead exposure specifically in African American & Latino communities.

our vision

Black Millennials for Flint envisions a nation where community leaders unite to seek environmental justice for lead-free African American & Latino communities.

four point action plan

1. Raise funds and cultivate resources to
improve the quality of life of communities impacted by lead exposure.
2. Advocate for the eradication of lead in air, consumer products, housing, soil, and water.
3. Educate & equip the general public with digestible information regarding lead and lead exposure.
4. Build coalitions with like-minded