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When Black Males Aren't at School:
A Qualitative Study of Promising Out-of-School-Time (OST)
Programs Serving Black Males

by Margary M. Martin and Naomi M. Jefferson
New York, New York

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Published in In Motion Magazine September 25, 2011.

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