Centers and Institutes

Charles H. Houston Center executive director explores educational and social policy issues for Black males

CONTACT: Lamont A. Flowers

WRITER: Rachel Croft

CLEMSON – Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center, participated in a roundtable discussion in conjunction with CLASP, the Center for Law and Social Policy, in Washington DC on May 2-3, 2013.

The 2-day meeting, titled “Policy Solutions to Impact Education Outcomes for Black Males: A Working Session for Researchers and Policy Advocates,” which included national leaders, experts, and researchers, focused on developing strategies to improve educational and health outcomes for Black males.

“The Charles H. Houston Center is honored to collaborate with the Center for Law and Social Policy and other stakeholders to examine policy solutions to improve educational, social, and health outcomes for African American males,” said Flowers.