Southern NH OBU

"The One Place You Know You Belong"

About Us:

The Southern New Hampshire Outreach for Black Unity (OBU) was incorporated on December 4, 1984, in the State of New Hampshire. OBU is a 501c3 non-profit organization whose financial support and in-kind support are provided by the membership.

OBU operates with a volunteer Executive Board, Steering Committee, Standing and Special Committee members.

Any resident of the United States is eligible for membership and is eligible to serve on Committees.

Our Vision:

To continue to identify, celebrate, promote and support the needs of African American populations in the area and anyone that desires to be enriched by the culture and ethnicity. The enrichment is performed through cultural, political, religious, health and educational events, as well as collaborations with other organizations that share the same community concerns and issues. OBU actively seeks the support of all, interested in cultural diversity enrichment.

Our Mission:

To serve as a nucleus of support, which will assist Black families and/or individuals in acquiring insight into cultural, educational, economical, political and social concerns as they relate to Black people, and to place such concerns into a positive perspective in the Southern New Hampshire communities where these Black families reside.

Please join us Monday January 20, 2020 for our 36th annual Martin Luther King Breakfast. Additional details can be found on the events page

"The One Place You Know You Belong"