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By Danielle Sered | Apr 24th, 2014

We tell a story in this country about the normalization of violence. We look at arrest records—particularly for adolescents and young adults—and see groups of young people who commit more and more violent crimes over time.

By Cathy M. Weiss | Jun 4th, 2014

Originally posted on the Philanthropy News Digest, May 28, 2014

I was thrilled recently to read about the Foundation Center's new report Building a Beloved Community: Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement. The report details the exciting and long overdue work in the area of black male achievement and provides recommendations for strengthening that work.

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