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Black Child National Agenda: America Must Deliver on its Promise

September 30, 2021

Black children's lives matter. Unfortunately, Black children in the United States of America face a dual reality: growing up in the "land of opportunity" while also experiencing the reality of racism and inequities that impact their daily lives. The Equity Research ActionCoalition, POINTS of ACCESS, LLC, and the National Black Child Development Institute have collaborated in creating the Black Child National Agenda because of the urgent need to challenge the negative and stereotypical narrative of Black children, families, and communities and to challenge policies and systems that undermine basic human rights and community wellness.

Racial Equity and Healing

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