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Helps to combat health disparities that existed in the African American community in relation to the community as a whole and to promote healthy lifestyles within the African American community.
The Madison chapter was established with the concept that it would make a positive difference in the lives of area youth, especially African American males, through mentoring, education, health and wellness, and economic development programs.
1800 Days is led by a team of believers, collaborators and visionaries, whose common goal is to eliminate the achievement gap and encircle this problem until it is healed.
The Playing Field offers the highest level of early care and education to children from varied socio-economic backgrounds.
Undergraduate Research Symposium Poster Sessions 2018
Paige Fisher – Policies Surrounding Father Involvement in Education
Chantel Browne and Nikki Thomas – Racial Differences in Early Childhood Blood Lead and Adult Involvement in the WI Court System