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2018 marked the 10-year anniversary of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA). Launched in 2008 as an initiative at the Open Society Foundations, CBMA became an independent organization in 2015, stretching the initiative's original three-year term limit into a decade of accelerating investments in Black men and boys to unprecedented levels. This report highlights achievements over the last 10 years and looks ahead to what is need in order to sustain and expand progress.