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In this episode of PDXPLORES, School of Social Work professor, Lakindra Mitchell Dove, discusses her recently published article, "Black Youths' Perspectives: Importance of Family and Caregiver Involvement in the Mentor-Mentee Relationship." The article, and episode, focus on the importance of culturally responsive services and closes important gaps in the existing literature on the importance of family engagement within mentor-mentee relationships in which Black youth are involved.

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