Studies have proven that disadvantaged youths have a 50% greater chance of attending college.  Non-parental mentors have proven to be highly instrumental in how teens learn to believe in themselves and tackle challenging goals.

Partnering with organizations whose goal is to ensure all students graduate from high school and are well-prepared for the next phase in their lives is a key goal of the Reparations Movement for Justice.  The dropout rate is more severe for African-American and Hispanic students, and we can all make a positive impact.  The key goal is to educate students and the community overall on the Reparation Movement.