Who Will Save Our Black Boys and Why? | David Miller

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Compassionate, motivated and determined are just three words that describe David C. Miller, a tireless warrior who labors diligently to improve the quality of life for children in the United States and abroad. As Co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer for the Urban Leadership Institute, L.L.C., Miller has built a national reputation as a leader among people who focus on improving the lives of children, youth and families. David is adept at building sustainable relationships with non-profit agencies at the local, state and federal levels and has a knack for securing grants to implement the many innovative programs he devises. David has 20 years of hands-on, practical experience working in various communities throughout the United States and abroad. He is a well-respected, highly sought-after lecturer who combines his gritty experience and intellect to bring about change.

David has written or co-authored several publications including “Raising Him Alone: Things Black Women Can Do to Raise Boys to Be Men”; “Mama Used to Say”; “Dare to Be King: What If the Prince Lives? A Survival Workbook for African-American Males”; “Lessons I Learned from My Father: A Collection of Quotes from Men of African Descent”; “Daddy’s Girl”; and “Where’s Mommy & Daddy,” a curriculum for social workers, educators and professionals who work with children of incarcerated parents. David's current book; Khalil's Way, dealing with the issue of bullying amongst boys.

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