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COSEBOC Fall Virtual SeriesCOSEBOC 2020 Fall-Winter Series "Equity: Front, Center, and Fulfilled"

On behalf of the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color, I send my thanks to you again for your support of our recent spring and summer Virtual Gathering Seminars. The series was a huge success, and it is because of your great attendance and enthusiastic feedback that I am pleased to announce the launch of our new COSEBOC Virtual Equity Seminar series for fall and winter 2020-2021. 

The focus of the series is Equity, a concept that is especially important for those of us dedicated to the advancement of the social, emotional, cultural, and academic development of all underprivileged and underserved students, especially boys and young men of color.

The quest for equitable conditions in education and society is not a new one. In fact, fifty-two years ago, in the aftermath of widespread rioting fueled by racism, President Lyndon Johnson appointed the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders led by Otto Kerner, Governor of Illinois. Its mission was to recommend solutions designed to end racial injustice and advance societal equity.

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The mission of the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color is to connect, inspire, support and strengthen school leaders dedicated to the social, emotional and academic development of boys and young men of color. 

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Their names are Amber, Robin, Azya, and Jordan. They are my daughters and granddaughters. I, like millions of other Black fathers and grandfathers, am fiercely protective and proud of each one of them. Breonna Taylor was the pride and joy of her family also. At 26 years old, she was already a decorated Emergency Medical Technician who enjoyed serving her fellow man. With an optimistic and ebullient personality, she was looking forward to a bright future. According to a close friend, Breonna was engaged to be married and expected 2020 to be her best year.

COSEBOC Fall and Winter Series | Equity: Front, Center, and Fulfilled

COSEBOC is pleased to announce the launch of our new COSEBOC Virtual Equity Seminar series for fall and winter 2020-2021. The focus of the series will be Equity, a concept that is especially important for those of us dedicated to the advancement of the social, emotional, cultural, and academic development of all underprivileged and underserved students, especially boys and young men of color.

The Fruition of our Virtual Gathering of Leaders

Thus, the Virtual Gathering of Leaders was born. As you can attest, I believe, by your presence, each session poured powerful information into our hearts and minds. We are extremely grateful for the contributions of time, talent and expertise so willingly shared by Dr. Bettina Love, Dr. Shawn Ginwright, Dr. Rhonda Bryant, and Dr. Karen Mapp. Each presentation was exceptional, provocative, and designed to incite action in service of boys and young men of color and their villages.

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