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We Dream A World: The 2025 Vision for Black Men and Boys
Date:December 2010
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2025 Campaign for Men and Boys
Author:
Rhonda Tsoi-A-Fatt
We Dream a World is a call to action for America to begin strategically addressing the problems that hinder black men and boys. It lays out a comprehensive agenda of reform that, if implemented, will significantly change the life trajectory of black men and boys.
The report is a product of the 2025 Campaign for Black Men and Boys, a project of the Twenty-First Century Foundation, which is an Open Society Foundations grantee.
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Black Faces in White Places: Becoming a Game Changer in a Competitive World
OSI-New York
February 28, 2011
Author Randal D. Pinkett, along with noted social entrepreneurs and philanthropic leaders, will discuss how black men and boys can "change the game" at work, at home, and in their communities.
Celebrating the Power of Mentoring
OSI-New York
January 31, 2011
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The Open Society Campaign for Black Male Achievement, the Children's Defense Fund Black Community Crusade for Children, and Mentoring USA cohost a panel where both mentors and mentees share stories of motivation and accomplishment.
Unleashing the Power of Art, Culture, and Media to Transform Black Communities
Harlem Children's Zone, New York City
December 6, 2010
 VIDEO  
This town hall discussion looks at the role art and culture can play in addressing the negative perceptions of black men and boys in American society.
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