KYHU is focused on bridging the gap, between African American young men, and police officers. We have organized various positive ways to start to build trust between police officers, and minority young men. Specifically young teenagers who come from high poverty communities, where the communication gap is believed to be the widest.

KYHU’s goal is to transform communities, by allowing young black men to open their minds, and begin to build trust between themselves and law enforcement. Specifically by allowing the young men to judge the man/lady for who they are, and not judging them by their uniform.

With your support, you’re allowing an African American boy and a police officer to interact in a unusual positive manner.