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The Challenges Facing Black Men—and the Case for Action


“To be male, poor, and either African-American or Native-American is to confront, on a daily basis, a deeply held racism that exists in every social institution,” writes Camille Busette, of the Brookings Institution. “No other demographic group has fared as badly, so persistently and for so long.” To meet this “appalling crisis,” Camille calls for nothing less than “a New Deal for Black men.”

Article and Image Courtesy of Brookings.

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