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The Status of Black Male Programs with Phillip Jackson, The Black Star Project

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In follow-up support of “The Case for Black Male Achievement: A National Conversation on How America Can Elevate Its Prominence by Investing in Black Men and Boys” program that aired on WVON1690 The Voice of the Nation on Thanksgiving Day 2014, NCEBCTalkRadio welcomes Mr. Phillip Jackson, Founder and Executive Director of the Black Star Project.

The Case for Black Male Achievement (a two-part national conversation with nationally acclaimed champions for Black men and boys including elected officials, foundation presidents, school superintendents, educators, business leaders and faith leaders) featured discussions on:

  • Black Male Achievement
  • Teaching Black Males to Survive in America
  • Teaching America How to Teach Black Boys

Show host Dr. Adelaide Sanford and Mr. Kamau Jywanza inquire of insight gained from the event:

  • What are the common threads (pros/cons) among Black Male programs?
  • What is The Black Male Achievement Movement? How do the elements of “Black History and Culture, Family Development and Fatherhood, Education and Learning, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development” combine in a recipe for success?

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