Studies show that people of color in all regions of the world suffer disproportionately from unequal or restricted access to quality education. In the U.S., students in urban centers with disadvantaged backgrounds often lack the resources, access, mentorship and structure to achieve levels of higher education. In addition, hardships in family environments and communities across the globe make achieving educational dreams difficult. The Asomugha Foundation seeks to close this gap through mentorship, leadership development and financial aid in the form of academic scholarships. To learn more about some of our work in this area visit our ACTS program page.