Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc. is a racial equity consulting company and social justice organization started by Amberly R. Carter, M.Ed. in 2015 in memory of her cousin and mother of Emmett Till, Mamie Till Mobley.
From a young age, Mamie and her husband Gene Mobley encouraged Amberly to pursue higher education and continuously invested in her college fund. Inspired to continue the fight for justice for Emmett Till and influenced
by Mamie’s life as an educator in the Chicago Public School system, Amberly felt a deep desire and moral responsibility to participate in racial equity work. Amberly has dedicated over 15+ years to honoring Mamie and Emmett through teaching scholars and organizational leaders how to challenge their own assumptions, respect each other’s differences and catch themselves in the flow of racism.
After developing a radical framework for building new systems and institutions, from a Black Queer Feminist lens centering collective liberation, she has extended an invitation to local, state and global organizations to partner in programming around her research and supportive tools.
We exist to empower individuals and communities to reduce and repair the effects of racism. Our mission is to provide people, organizations, colleges and universities with the right tools to dismantle racist systems and build more equitable and safe spaces for all African, Latinx, Asian, and Native American (ALANA) heritage people. We are making justice the business of us all.
Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc.’s vision is to become a local, national and global organization. Our work encompasses schools to government agencies, small communities to the White House, anti-lynching legislation to campus hate crime prevention initiatives, local government to the halls of Congress. We invite you to visit What We Do for more details.