1) To highlight and celebrate the historical and contemporary accomplishments and contributions of Black Minnesotan’s through community programs five times a year. These community programs may take place in the form of community lectures, panel discussions, musical concerts, and art exhibits in South Minneapolis, North Minneapolis, and St. Paul, which are areas where the majority Black Minnesotan’s reside. The focus will be on producing events that celebrate the historical accomplishments of Black Minnesotans and uplift the community
2) To highlight and celebrate the historical and contemporary accomplishments and contributions of Black Minnesotan’s through publications that are accessible to the public.
3) To encourage Black children, youth, and adults in Minnesota to succeed academically and professionally so that their accomplishments and contributions can be chronicled as a part of Minnesota’s rich Black history.
4) To inform Minnesota’s Black community and the Minnesota community at large in person and through social media about upcoming historical and contemporary publications and community programs on Black Minnesotan’s that are sponsored by MBCP.
5) To provide in-person opportunities for community building and networking among Black Minnesotan’s and the Minnesota community at large to transpire.