Payne, Y. A., & Brown, T. M. (2010). The educational experiences of street-life-oriented black boys: How black boys use street life as a site of resilience in high school. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 26(3), 316-338. This Participatory Action Research (PAR) project worked with four active street-life-oriented Black men to… Continue Reading The Educational Experiences of Street-Life-Oriented Black Boys: How Black Boys Use Street Life as a Site of Resilience in High School
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Morgan, J. (1995). The vanishing black male: Saving our sons; videoconference panel decries negative images, program cuts. Black Issues in Higher Education, 11(26), 34. Our psyches are bombarded daily with negative images of the Black male as criminal, drug dealer, pimp, thief and murderer. Yet many Black men are strong,… Continue Reading The Vanishing Black Male: Saving Our Sons; Videoconference Panel Decries Negative Images, Program Cuts
Moore, Q. (1995). What if we really cared about crime and the future of black males? Black Issues in Higher Education, 11(24), 96. In the Children’s Defense Fund’s annual report, “The State of American Children — 1994,” a panel of academic experts convened by the National Research Council published a… Continue Reading What If We Really Cared About Crime and the Future of Black Males?