Perception 20/20

Inspiring a clear vision of black men and boys.

Perception 20/20 curates a conversation about the ways in which we view each other and ourselves. It challenges us to examine and transform our views and attitudes toward others, with an emphasis on shifting the way we perceive black men and boys. We solicit and present ideas from a broad constellation of thinkers, practitioners, and community voices. Submissions welcome: contact@perception.org.

    • December 16th, 2015

      Restoring America to ‘One Nation Under God’

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    • November 23rd, 2015

      3 1/2 MINUTES, TEN BULLETS

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    • August 9th, 2015

      “No one stops to think about the babies”: How do black youth feel when they see the people they love being murdered or mass incarcerated?

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    Recent Posts

    • July 3rd, 2015

      The Life and Breath of Black Men

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    • July 2nd, 2015

      The White Ally Playbook

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    • July 1st, 2015

      Why We Need to Stop Talking About the “Magical Negro”

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    • June 30th, 2015

      Stop Trying to Be Good — Be Black

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    • June 29th, 2015

      From Ferguson to Freedom: Hip-Hop’s Role

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    • June 15th, 2015

      #SolutionsMonday: Wise Criticism and Behavioral Scripts

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    • June 8th, 2015

      #SolutionsMonday: Lessening Stereotype Threat

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    • June 1st, 2015

      #SolutionsMonday: Let’s All Meet Each Other

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    • May 18th, 2015

      #SolutionsMonday: Mitigating the Effects of Bias

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