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Data Sources on Parents

African American Parents

The U.S. Census Bureau collected general data about households, including African American households, as part of the 2000 census. This data, with some analysis, is available in census brief The Black Population: 2000.

The National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) has been providing and supporting programs, workshops, and resources for African American children, their parents, and communities in early health and education, health, elementary, and secondary education, child welfare, and parenting for more than three decades.

The PRBA's in-house journal is available online. Several articles pertain to African American parents and their children.


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