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Being Black is Not a Risk Factor: Statistics and Strengths-Based Solutions in the State of Pennsylvania is based upon the model of the national report published in 2013, challenges the prevailing discourse about Black children-one which typically overemphasizes limitations and deficits-to highlight the strengths, assets and resilience demonstrated by Black children and families. It features contributions from noted leaders and organizations in the early care and education field and within the state. Read the report.

 

Being Black is Not a Risk Factor: Statistics and Strengths-Based Solutions in the State of Illinois challenges the prevailing discourse about Black children—one which typically overemphasizes limitations and deficits—to highlight the strengths, assets and resilience demonstrated by Black children and families. It features contributions from noted leaders and organizations in the early care and education field and within the state including: Erikson Institute, Illinois Action for Children and Ounce of Prevention. The foreword is written by Dr. Barbara T. Bowman, renowned child development expert. Read the report.

Entering its 46th year of pioneering advancements for Black children and families, the National Black Child Development Institute is positioned to lead early childhood education experts, advocates, policymakers and professionals today and into the future as it adds new members to its already esteemed Board of Directors.

Celebrating #BlackMenLove

The Calendar of Children is one of the National Black Child Development Institute's hallmark publications. The 2016 calendar, for the first time in NBCDI history, features children and adults. This very special edition pays tribute to the fathers, uncles, brothers and caregivers who love and support Black children every day. Purchase your calendar today to support Black children and families.

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Celebrating the 45th Annual Conference of the National Black Child Development Institute