The way the media operate, the images they produce, and the influence they exert significantly affect the life chances of young men of color (YMC). This report assesses the media’s impacts, with a particular focus on the variety of ways they perpetuate negative impressions of young men of color, the reasons that this perpetuation of negative impressions occurs and potential paths to reform and improvement.
Specific issues covered here include:
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies is a research and policy analysis institution focused exclusively on issues of particular concern to African Americans and other people of color.
Cultivating Interdependence: A Guide for Race Relations and Racial Justice Organizations—A Product of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
This is a guide for helping grassroots organizations that seek to promote racial justice and improve race relations through different approaches to recognize the advantages of collaborating in their efforts.
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