Monday, August 23, 2021

New Report: The Intersection of Adolescent Development and Anti-Black Racism

 

 
 

New Report from our partners at the National Scientific Council on Adolescence

We're excited to share the release of the first Council Report from the National Scientific Council on Adolescence (NSCA).

The Intersection of Anti-Black Racism and Adolescent Development summarizes research on how racism and related inequities impact key developmental milestones of adolescence and offers recommendations to support Black youth within key social contexts of the middle and high school years.

You can find the full NSCA report, along with suggestions for promoting healthy development for Black youth within key social contexts (peers and social media, schools, family, and community), on their website at developingadolescent.org/adolescence-and-anti-black-racism.

 
Read the Report