Being Black is Not a Risk Factor: A Strengths-Based Look at the State of the Black Child, released in 2013, was written to provide resources, data and perspectives for challenging the prevailing harmful discourse about Black children. Focusing on the strengths, assets and resilience demonstrated by Black children, families and communities in a culturally relevant way, the report addresses the needs of policymakers, advocates, principals, teachers, and parents for shifting the conversation away from limitations and deficits.
The report is composed of three critical elements:
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