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Monday, September 9, 2013

Pre-K to Prison Pipeline: Changing the Odds for Boys of Color

Black and Hispanic students represent more than 70 percent of those involved in school-related arrests or referrals to law enforcement. Upon release from correctional facilities, these young men return to the neighborhoods, schools, and families that are often less equipped to meet their needs, and to a labor market that continues to undervalue their work and potential. The conversations we hope to inspire during this symposium should not only describe the problem, but also address prevention, rehabilitation, and the successful educational engagement of boys of color so that the Pre-K to Prison cycle can be broken. {Will appear in FYI on Jul 29, 2013
Start Time:
3:00 PM
End Time:
4:30 PM
Atrium Room 1107
The symposium will begin with four mini-forums featuring each of the speakers starting at 10:00am. See website for more details.
Common Location Name:
Stamp Student Union
Web Address:
Other Contact Information:
African American Studies Department +1 301 405 1158

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