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02 Dec 2014

California’s Tomorrow: A Framework for Improving the Lives of Young Males of Color

December 2, 2014 -
2:00pm to 4:00pm
San Francisco Foundation
Young men and boys of color are among the fastest-growing segments of our state’s population, representing almost three quarters of all males under age 18 in California. Recently several member foundations have refined a way to think about and...

Resources from California’s Tomorrow: A Framework for Improving the Lives of Young Males of Color

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A Life Course Framework for Improving the Lives of Boys and Young Men of Color provides a way to think about and conceptualize positive outcomes for this population of young men . This framework has been developed to offer foundations the ability to take the types of bold, targeted, thoughtful action required across every system that touches the lives of these children and youth from education to work to health to justice.

No One is Too Old or Too Young to Make a Difference: My Clinton Global Initiative Experience

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Yali Lincroft, Program Officer for the Walter S. Johnson Foundation attended this past weekend's Clinton Global Initiative in Berkeley, CA. Today, The Chronicle of Social Change published her piece on the experience. Find out what she learned and...

Resources for Young People Driving Social Change through The Ballot Box and Beyond

In the November 2018 elections, 31 percent of youth (ages 18-29) voted - the highest level of participation among youth in a mid-term election in the past three decades. Simultaneously, the country is in the middle of a massive demographic shift where young people of color are the fastest-growing segment of the population. In California, the overwhelming majority of millennials (over 60%) are people of color. Building and supporting the civic engagement infrastructure and leadership pipeline opportunities focusing on youth leaders, both in and outside of election cycles, holds incredible...
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