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Title:Building strong families 2004
Organization:Abundant Assets Alliance
Short Description:This report examines family strengths, challenges, and resources, focusing on African American and Latino/Latina parents in the United States.
Annotation:From YMCA of the USA and Search Institute, this study is the 2004 counterpart to "Building Strong Families 2002." The report examines the same family strengths, challenges, and resources, this time focusing on African American and Latino/Latina parents in the United States.
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Associated Keywords:
African Americans
Low-Income Students
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement

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