TPS group raises leaders, builds ‘The Family’
Started in 1990 as a collegiate program, the Student African American Brotherhood focuses on developing young leaders and forming systems of accountability. While open to students of every race, it has largely served as both a networking association and black male empowerment group. Its headquarters are now at the University of Toledo, a move instigated by founder Tyrone Bledsoe’s tenure as an administrator there. SAAB has expanded to K-12, and nowhere is that more evident than Toledo.