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Harlem Children’s Zone What: A non-profit organization A man who grew up in the South Bronx Got bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin, master in teaching from Harvard Wanted to help children who were like him “Mr. Canada joined Harlem Children's Zone, Inc. (then called the Rheedlen Foundation)  in 1983, as Education Director. Prior to that, he worked as Director of the Robert White  School, a private day school for troubled inner-city youth in Boston.”  http://www.hcz.org/about-us/about-geoffrey-canada/144 1997: launched HCZ Project , which targets a specific geographic area in Central  Harlem with a comprehensive range of services. “The Zone Project today covers 100  blocks and aims to serve over 10,000 children.”   http://www.hcz.org/about-us/about- geoffrey-canada/144 Race issue—racial achievement gap Goal: break poverty in a neighborhood by making sure that all of the kids there go to
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