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African American Success Foundation!

Prepare to learn about many fantastic accomplishments of African Americans in the United States and throughout the African Diaspora.b

Our mission is to promote the positive image of African Americans. The African American Success Foundation (AASF) is dedicated to the collection and dissemination of information regarding African American achievements to aid in the replication of those successes, and to ensure their accurate portrayal in the global community.

AASF was founded because of concern about the inadequate portrayal of African American accomplishments, and the desire to shape future success. Its challenge is to combat the more pervasive negative imagery, stereotypes and mythology that undermine positive growth and development.

Our activities include:




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 High Academic Achievers



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  • Charitable support using Black philanthropy to encourage graduate students and professionals to build upon the science of African American success by studying success issues.


If You Are Conducting Research


African American

High Academic Achievers

apply for the

Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant


Recipient of the

Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant



Doctoral Student In Sociology

Research Study: The Psychosocial Blueprint for African American Academic Achievement

Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law

University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida

Click here for information about how to apply for the Research Grant


Recipient of
AASF Board of Directors
Special Recognition Grant

Doctoral Candidate In Sociology

Research Study:
Wanting to be Remembered: The Lynch Colored Public School, 1923-1963

Department of Sociology

Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island


 Learn More About The Research Studies Conducted By AASF Research Grant Recipients



Thank You!

AASF is able to grow in its efforts to promote the positive image of African Americans thanks to the generosity of its individual donors whose contributions make this work possible.  Join us in recognizing them by visiting our Memorial Tribute and Honor Tribute pages. 

Be sure to learn How You Can Help too!

Contact Information

We love to hear from you! Please tell AASF about any information you have on the successes and accomplishments of African Americans. Also, let us know about your information needs so that we can collect and disseminate material that is of interest to you in the future.

Postal Address
African American Success Foundation
7027 West Broward Boulevard, #313
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317
Electronic mail
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