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  • The Schott Foundation Black Boys report from 2008 entitled Given Half A Chance. Click Here to download the entire report.
  • The Schott Foundation just released their 2010 Schott 50 State Report on Black Males in Public Education entitled Yes We Can Click Here to download the entire report.
  • Breaking Barriers: Plotting The Path to Academic Success for School-Age African-American Males written by Dr. Ivory Toldson, Click Here to download the entire report.
  • Stepping Up and Stepping Out: Profiles of Philanthropy Responding to an American Crisis A Report prepared for Association for Black Foundation Executives, Click Here to download.
  • Changing Places, How Communities will improve the Health of Boys of Color: Chapter 8 A Radical Healing approach For Black young men A Framework for Policy and Practice by Shawn Ginwright, Click Here to download.
  • Changing Places, How Communities will improve the Health of Boys of Color: Chapter 15 Big Boys Don't Cry, Black Boys Don’t Feel by waldo e. Johnson Jr., David J. pate Jr.,and Jarvis ray Givens, Click Here to download.
  • Changing Places, How Communities will improve the Health of Boys of Color: Chapter 17 Minding The Gap, Strategic Philanthropy and the Crisis among Black Young Men and Boys by Tia Elena Martinez, Susan J. Colby, and Lisa Quay ,Click Here to download.
  • A Rotting Apple: The Schott Foundation just released their report on education inequality in New York City. Click here to read the entire report. An article about the report appeared in the Washington Post on May 16th, 2012.