We Can Do It Better Together

Learning Through Culinary and Musical Arts

Civic Engagement, Education, History

By combining musical and culinary heritage with history we provide a more comprehensive backdrop in which to tell a collective story. This program intends to reinforce English, History, and creative writing skills in students as well as enhance soft skills and foster creativity.

Living Inclusion For Elderly

Bridging the Generational Gap

The intergenerational approach is the method that ties our programs and services together.

• every generation is relevant to the survival and success of the other
• collaborative learning experience
• civic engagement


The Black community historically came together to garner the impotence of intergenerational social development and mobility through collaborative efforts.


The communities were designed to care for every member. The young, elderly, sick, those in need of mental health support and the physically or developmentally disabled were nurtured and cared for in communities with the capacity to minimize risk and increase resilience.


Black communities were able to connect their realities given the lack of respect and access to prosperity in segregated and discriminatory institutional and structural systems. Community connection reduced racial isolation and social dislocation.


Black communities were focused on holding significance and human value for present and future generations through communication. Families and individuals entered into these communities to increase dialogue, promise and positive outcome for everyone.


The Black communities created a capacity for celebrating the cultural history and linguistic diversity among them. Communities celebrated their culture through food, music, art, literature and spirituality.


The consolidation of families and resources provided opportunites for Black communities to identify and utilize an accumulation of gifts, skills and assets. The consolidated communities were full of hospitality, inspiration and compassion. They nurtured friendships and strengthened relationships.

Our Mission

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To be a builder of positive powers that will enhance the potentials of Black1 youth (ages 12 – 17) and young adults (ages 18 – 26), thereby enabling them to efficiently navigate and be of service to their neighborhoods.


P.O. Box 612

Worcester, MA. 01613

T: 774-232-1025

Email: info@uniteycdc.org


1. Black A person having origins in any of the Black racial groups of Africa, such as African American, Kenyan, Nigerian, or Haitian. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/meta/long_RHI205210.htm


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