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The Million Father March 2013 is Dedicated to the Safety of All Children and to the Young Victims of Newtown, Connecticut
Here is an unusual reason for hosting the Million Father March 2013 at your school or in your community. When fathers and men are at schools, children feel safer. When fathers and men are at schools, teachers feel safer. When fathers and men are at schools, students are better behaved. When fathers and men are at schools, those who might want to do harm to children or disrupt education usually stay away. Almost no incidents of violence ever occur or are reported on the first day at schools that participate in the Million Father March.
Graduation Ceremony Celebrates 150 College Bound Young Black Men From Around The San Francisco Bay Area
In Rochester, N.Y. 9% of young Black males graduate from high school, 20% in Detroit, 24% in Philadelphia, 28% in New York City, 39% in ...
Atlanta, GA – It has been 26 weeks since 26 innocent people died in the mass shooting in Newtown, CT, and the effects of this devastating trauma will be felt for many years by this community.
One in five Americans has a mental illness yet only about 4 in 10 of these people receive treatment. In rural America—where 20 percent of the country’s population lives—the challenges ...
Lupe Fiasco Ignites National Conversation on the “Terrible, Substandard Education” of Black Men in America
In Rochester, N.Y. 9% of young Black males graduate from high school, 20% in Detroit, 24% in Philadelphia, 28% in New York City, 39% in Chicago and 41% in Los Angeles, and about 50% of Black males in America finished high school with their graduating class in 2010, according to a 2012 report from the Schott Foundation for Public Education.
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