Do the truths of five decades ago still hold today? Have the daunting statistics of the 1960s improved or worsened? Over the years, have the unsettling circumstances of black families become part of the white and Hispanic experiences? What must fathers and others do to improve family well-being? And what policy pathways await national action?
• Gregory Acs, director, Income and Benefits Policy Center, Urban Institute
• Michelle Alexander, author, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
• Kenneth Braswell, executive director, Fathers Incorporated
• Ronald Mincy, director, Center for Research on Fathers, Children and Family Well-Being, Columbia University
• Helen Mitchell, director, strategic planning and policy development, Office of U.S. Representative Danny Davis
• Janks Morton, producer, What Black Men Think
• Jeffrey Shears, director, Social Work Research Consortium, Department of Social Work, University of North Carolina–Charlotte
• Margaret Simms, director, Low-Income Working Families project, Urban Institute
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