It’s a problem facing so many Black men that it’s likely grossly underdiagnosed, unacknowleged, and ignored.
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What makes it a foregone conclusion to a young African American male that he will be graduating high school? Most importantly, whatever that is, how can we replicate it to increase the number?
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In athletic conferences where Black colleges play like SWAC, which has had six schools banned, funding for academic help for their athletes is not within the budget.
Leaders at HBCUs are quite correct to complain they they are not being treated fairly.
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The Open Society Institute’s 79-page report “Building a Beloved Community: Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement,” should be commended for its insight. But there’s more to the puzzle than just these pieces.
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Columbia University professor Chris Emdin is bringing students in New York City together to spit their best rhymes with science as the core theme. While rapping, they learn that science and hip hop have more in common than they realized.
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The sports pipeline spends a little on the front end to create magnificent wealth on the back end. Just think of how our society would profit if that kind of investment was made in black boys who were not headed for the NBA.
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