Author Archives: Christopher Bridges

EJS Thwarts the School-to-Prison Pipeline

One unfortunate reality about U.S. education and the criminal justice system is that disproportionate suspensions and expulsions of children of color often lead these children into prisons and jails (the school-to-prison pipeline). Nationally, zero-tolerance discipline has resulted in students of color (especially Black students), students with disabilities, LGBTQ youth, and trauma-affected children being disproportionately impacted […]
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The NFL Doesn’t Care About Black People!

The NFL doesn’t care about Black people! This should come as a surprise to no one with any bit of cultural awareness and familiarity with the history of the United States, particularly as it pertains to ongoing racial discrimination and systemic oppression of marginalized communities—like Bush during Katrina. On September 6, 2018, the NFL’s 2018-2019 […]
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Black Youth Invited to Building Beloved Community Through The Young Men Conference

The Oakland Chapter of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement Fellowship Program is organizing the Building Beloved Community Through The Young Men Conference taking place on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. I’m proud to be a member of the inaugural class of CBMA Fellows Oakland and involved in this conference to provide young […]
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