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"It 's about looking at the reality of that child 's daily life and how to wrap around services to address that reality."

This panel discussion looks at the role of family and culture in black male achievement. Family and culture is a main piece that defines an individual and is constantly under attack. The discussion describes a strategy to develop services to help the family as a unit, rather than focusing on one individual. This strategy hopes to shift the priorities of family and culture to help scale the advancement of black males.

Panelists:

Lisa Bottoms, Program Director for Human Services and Child and Youth Development, The Cleveland Foundation

Sonya Pryor-Jones, Promise Director, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland

Kenneth Surratt, Special Assistant to the Cuyahoga County Executive

Greg Brown, Executive Director, PolicyBridge

Click here for full bios of the panelists.

Intended audience

  • All levels of experience

Published Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Subject(s)

Philanthropy