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Study Finds Black Men 'Disconnected' from Society

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Study Finds Black Men 'Disconnected' from Society

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Study Finds Black Men 'Disconnected' from Society

Study Finds Black Men 'Disconnected' from Society

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Harry Holzer, co-author of Reconnecting Disadvantaged Young Men, discusses a new study that reports greater numbers of black men in the United States are becoming disconnected from mainstream society.

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Harry Holzer, economist at Georgetown University; co-author, with Peter Edelman and Paul Offner, of Reconnecting Disadvantaged Young Men