Strengths-Based Programs and Advocacy
Through our reports, curriculum, programs and unique products, the National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) and our Affiliate Network is changing the Black families and the narrative surrounding Black Children. NBCDI produces National and state-based Being Black Is Not a Risk Factor reports that highlight statistics, best and promising practices and strengths-based solutions.
The publication is designed to challenge the prevailing discourse about Black children?one which overemphasizes limitations and deficits and does not draw upon the considerable strengths, assets and resilience demonstrated by our children, families and communities.
Sponsored by the Alliance for Early Success
Download the National report: "Being Black Is Not a Risk Factor: A Strengths-Based Look at the State of the Black Child"
Good for Me! Health & Wellness
BCDI-Atlanta implements NBCDI’s Good for Me! Health and Wellness Program in early education settings in the Atlanta area, to promote culturally-relevant nutrition practices among young children and their families.
Our members are the backbone of our organization. Together, we are able to engage in important and effective education and advocacy to achieve our mission of improving and advancing the quality of life for Black children and their families. We invite you to join one or more of the following committees.
Please complete the Join a BCDI-Atlanta Committee form, so the appropriate committee chairperson(s) may contact you.