service Projects



A 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization

serving communities, organizations, & individuals.

As a youth, activist Victoria Pannell was guiding a child on a tour of the MLK Center during anti-sex trafficking event in Atlanta, GA.

Black Bayou

We have a strong team of professionals with years of combined experience in content development, professional facilitation, curriculum design, program management, public health, service and more!   


Help us Work with members in your community Or OrgaNization to help make a difference!

Our Mission

Development Programs...

"To bridge the gap between the harsh realities of history and the memorable, fulfilling and deserving cultural experiences that should be safeguarded, promoted and shared with the world!"


the Underserved

Sen. David Jordan at

Emmett Till Trailmarker

​in Money, MS.

Cultural Heritage Management 

Coahoma Mayor receiving FREE health screening at Community Health Fair in Mississippi.

All Contributions are Tax-Exempt



for peace

​​​Black Bayou Cultural Heritage Management specializes in all phases of cultural heritage projects for local municipalities, community-based organizations, and individuals.  We are committed to assisting small rural communities and families in safeguarding their cultural heritage through research, documentation, preservation and professional displaying.  We offer our partnering clients a unique approach to provide customized management care to assist them with their strategic planning, program design, technology infusion, training and facilitation, and other development needs.  

​​Support our Community Projects...

  • Museum Preservation, Documentation, and Display Design
  • Cultural Experience Tours
  • Youth Writer's Workshop and Music Development
  • Peer Mediation, Mentoring, & Conflict Resolution Training
  • Professional Facilitation & Teacher Training Program 
  • Community Health and Wellness Initiative
  • Customized Team-Building Retreats
  • Humanitarian and Volunteerism Projects
  • Music and Arts Program Infusion
  • ​Community Service Learning & Action Research
  • Curriculum Design and Program Development

     Community Initiatives!


  • March was Colon Health Awareness Month  Adults 45 or older should get screened.  *Contact Us for FREE fiber and healthy gut projects.   
  • May is Mental Health Awareness - Support the Children and Youth of Glendora, MS for a community health session on anxiety, stress, bullying, and suicide: May 16th at 4:30 p.m.
  • July 2024 - Black Music Month - A celebration of great music and its impact and influence on our cultural heritage.  This year is dedicated to honor 125 years of the life and legacy of Blues Harmonica Player,  Sonny Boy Williamson, II.    
  • Blues People Writer's Workshop, Scholars of Peace Peer Mediation/Conflict Resolution, Community Service Learning Projects*Year Round Special Sessions for Elementary and Middle Schools.
  • We are All Connected Community Outreach - Support for school-aged students (learning material, awards for good grades, and sanitation packages); and Support for formerly incarcerated individuals & others in need of our support.       Care packages or stipend distributed on-site and distributed via mail or electronic.     
  •  Community Health Project - October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Women ages 40+/at-risk are encouraged to get an annual mammogram. *Contact Us for FREE women's health information.