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College Board Advocacy and Policy Center

The Educational Experience of Young Men of Color initiative features data, literature reviews, and stories on educational attainment and experiences of young men of color. View the site >

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College Bound Brotherhood

The College Bound Brotherhood seeks to expand the number of young Black men who are prepared for a college education. It provides a public directory of college readiness programs in the Bay Area and hosts an annual conference and graduation ceremony. View the site >

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Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

A public policy, research, and educational institute, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation aims to advance the global Black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public. View the site >

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Dovetail Project

The Dovetail Project helps young African-American fathers develop the skills they need to be better fathers to their children. The 12-week program includes parenting and life skills, job readiness, as well as education in felony street law to help them avoid incarceration. View the site >

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Eagle Academy Foundation

Eagle Academy Foundation supports a network of public schools in inner cities that boast unusually high graduation rates for Black and Latino male students. The model is characterized by parental involvement, academic rigor, college preparation, and mentoring. View the site >