• We're the 2017 California Nonprofit of the Year Winner!

    Read More: The San Bernardino Sun
  • Awareness

    School to Prison Pipeline, Sons and Brothers, Initiative Support Black Owned
  • Expanding our reach, resources and results.

    We believe that economic growth and development is critical for the advancement and sustainability for all People of African decent.
  • Expanding our reach, resources and results.

    We believe that economic growth and development is critical for the advancement and sustainability for all People of African decent.

A Liaison in the African American Community

United Nations of Consciousness is a non-profit, 501 c(3), community-based organization established in 2015 with headquarters in San Bernardino, CA. Working to heal and unite our peoples, UNC serves as a liaison in the African American community, bringing businesses, religious organizations, and other community groups together, across demographics, to expand our network, resources and impact. We believe that the health and wellbeing of our community, and especially for all People of African descent, is dependent on our economic development and sustainability, education and youth leadership development.

Mission Statement

To unify, support, educate, heal and empower All People of African decent through organizing, economic growth and youth development.

Core Values

Education and Empowerment of Self Love
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Economic Support and Collaboration
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Unifying and Healing the Community
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Establishing and Instilling Trust in the Community
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Leadership Development and Mentorship
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Our Logo Meaning

NKONSONKONSON
“Chain link”

Adinkra symbol of unity and human relations.

A reminder to contribute to the community, that in unity lies strength.

  • I'm looking forward to our students having the opportunity to learn and have fun during the summer. I'm sure that United Nations of Consciousness will inspire and motivate our youth to become great kings and queens.

    Dr. Margaret Hill, President San Bernardino City Unified School District, Author and Community Leader

Community Projects