Skip to main content
Past Event

Defining a culture of care for Black boys

Past Event

Black boys enter the world with promise and dreams just like white boys across the globe. Yet, our current institutions and practices in the United States make realizing those dreams challenging, often from as early as preschool. How do we create the conditions for success for Black boys?

On October 31, the Race, Prosperity, and Inclusion Initiative at Brookings held an event to elevate innovative thinking about approaches and policies that ensure the well-being and success of Black boys, both within and outside of the formal school setting. Two of the nation’s foremost experts on Black male success, Julius Davis and Tyrone Howard, joined Camille Busette in conversation to discuss how to create a culture of care that promotes the success of Black boys.

Viewers submitted questions for speakers by emailing or via Twitter @BrookingsGov using #SuccessforBlackBoys.



Tyrone Howard

Professor of Education - UCLA

Director - UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children & Families

Director - UCLA Center for Transformation of School

Julius L. Davis

Wilson H. Elkins Professor of Mathematics Education - University System of Maryland

Founding Director, Center for Research and Mentoring of Black Male Students and Teachers - Bowie State University

More Information

To subscribe or manage your subscriptions to our top event topic lists, please visit our event topics page.

Get a weekly events calendar from Brookings