About U.S. Programs OSI's U.S. Programs aims to address core threats to open society, including increasingly punitive national security policies, decreasing government transparency, entrenched structural racism, and growing incarceration rates.
OSI Forum: Bring Your "A" Game OSI-New York May 18, 2009 The Open Society Institute hosts a screening and discussion of the documentary Bring Your “A” Game, which seeks to reverse the trend of poor educational outcomes for black men and boys.
"Raising Him Alone" Kickoff Newark, New Jersey March 14, 2009 The OSI-supported Raising Him Alone campaign hosted the first of its community forums, designed by single mothers to support and advocate for single mothers raising boys.
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