Black Minds Matter: Supporting the Educational Success of Black Children in California
This report examines how the nearly 1 million Black youth in California are faring from preschool through college and reveals the distressing disparities that newly released state and national data show persist at all levels of their educational journey.
Explore social sector research from organizations working for the benefit of racial and ethnic minorities. This includes programs work to improve the economic, social, and physical well-being of people of color, through direct services, advocacy, grant-making, public policy, and social science research.
RESEARCH RELATED FUNDING
This trend line represents foundation funding for research & publication in this specific issue area. Data are from grants awarded by the FC 1000, a national sample of 1,000 of the largest grantmakers by total giving
% OF TOTAL FUNDING (2013)
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TITLES RECENTLY PUBLISHED
May 9, 2018
Publisher(s): Aspen Institute
May 1, 2018
Publisher(s): Equity in the Center
Apr 24, 2018
Publisher(s): W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Apr 5, 2018
Apr 1, 2018
Publisher(s): Violence Policy Center
TITLES FROM THE ARCHIVES
Sep 1, 2004
Publisher(s): Chicago Jobs Council
Feb 1, 2006
Publisher(s): Opportunity Agenda