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Babies, Boys, and Men of Color

October 6 - 8, 2016, Tampa, Florida

Welcome to the online program! We are delighted that you will be joining us for what promises to be an outstanding special topic meeting in Tampa. Beginning early in life boys and young men of color are at risk because of their race/ethnicity and their gender, with numerous data sources underscoring the additive and interactive risks that boys of color encounter. This meeting will focus on some of the critical issues currently affecting the developmental status of babies, boys, and men (emerging adults) of color, with a strong emphasis on understanding how experiences across multiple key contexts shape their development. The broad goals of this conference are to summarize the state of knowledge in the area and to identify key directions needed for knowledge and action. The meeting will also offer opportunities for scholars to discuss and receive feedback future research and works in progress. Please browse the program and create an itinerary to maximize your learning opportunities at the meeting.

See you in Tampa!

Diane L. Hughes, New York University
Oscar Barbarin, University of Maryland, College Park
Velma McBride Murry, Vanderbilt University
Howard C. Stevenson, University of Pennsylvania