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Families and Communities
Dual-generation education programs across the country are teaching children while helping parents learn English, improve literacy, earn a degree and better train for employment.
Boys and young men of color are increasingly affected by exposure to violence in their communities and everyday lives, according to the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP). The November 2013 report titled “Improving Supports for Youth of Color Traumatized by Violence” delves into the geographical and economic factors, and offers a number of strategies for positive change.
In a response to President Obama's $200 million initiative to support boys of color, girls and women of color speak out about their experiences growing up in Los Angeles' poor and disenfranchised neighborhoods.
TED speakers reflect on the classic juxtaposition: nature vs. nurture. What makes us who we are and how do parents play a role?