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Reparable Harm

Assessing and Addressing Disparities Faced by Boys and Men of Color in California, Executive Summary

Published Jan 4, 2009

by Lois M. Davis, M. Rebecca Kilburn, Dana Schultz

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The summary discusses some of the greatest disparities for boys and men of color relative to their white counterparts across specific socioeconomic, health, safety, and school readiness indicators in California and provides information about different strategies for reducing the disparities — including effective programs, practices, and policies — that can begin making an important difference in changing the life course of boys and men of color.

This work was prepared for The California Endowment and produced within the RAND Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Program (HPDP). RAND HPDP is part of RAND Health, a division of the RAND Corporation.

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