We are clear that this online resource repository will only be as effective as the information made available on this site. It is our intent to provide the most timely and relevant resources available for you to access at your convenience. Thus, we encourage you to submit information resources you believe to be relevant to African American children and families, with a focus on the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. We welcome your suggestions with respect to:
Essays written by professionals, educators, and researchers
Essays and research papers written by students
Relevant Journal Articles
Resources submitted for posting on this website will be reviewed by the Executive Director as well as members of the National Advisory Council for final consideration. We reserve the right to refuse to post material to the website we find to be inconsistent with the Institute's approach and purpose.
Our primary objective is to include material that we believe advances the understanding and discussion of relevant issues. We do not necessarily endorse the views and perspectives articulated by the individuals and/or organizations featured, or the resources posted on this site.
To submit your personal essay(s) to be considered for posting on this website, please send via email, along with your full name, email address, and a very brief statement describing your background and interests. We will be sure to respond to your submission.
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