Williams, N. “Where Are the Men? The Impact of Incarceration and Reentry on Black Men and TheirChildren and Families,” (Atlanta, GA: Community Voices, Morehouse School of Medicine), August 2006.
This is a study by the non-profit group, which helps in creating social networks and support groups and services. The report is a detailed account of how imprisonment and reentry of African Amen impacts the families and children. This study indicates that drug laws and wwarr on drugs has directly impacted Black men and there incarceration impacts the health and psychological well-being of children and families.
Barnett, E. et al. Men and heart Disease: An Atlas of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mortality. Atlanta, GA: Office of Social Environment and Health Research, West Virginia University, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2001.
This report is a track of men and heart disease, and how geographic, ethnic and racial backgrounds determine health of individuals and determine the path that their life would travel and how dropping out of school is also one of the contributing factors why African American men suffer for heart diseases.