Historically, Black and Poor children have not fared well in matters such as education, wealth, and health when the power is left up to the states to equally and equitably ‘distribute’ the means necessary to secure them. The World Health Organization (WHO) lists “…level of education…” as a risk factor or determinant of health!
The Miles-Johnson Task Force for Equity and Excellence in Education (MJ Task Force) was formed to address these issues, through the annual Black Brains Matter 2 Summit. This year’s theme is: ““Brown vs. Poverty, Prejudice and Politics”. The MJ Task Force invites you to join us in the fight for our children and their children for years to come.