Rice worked as a senior program associate in the Center on Victimization and Safety at the Vera Institute of Justice before joining Coppin. Rice has spent the past 22 years providing leadership, technical assistance/consulting services, and support to organizations that serve low-income fathers and families in the areas of child welfare, youth development, and criminal justice in efforts to create safe and stable communities. He is Board President for The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV).
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Discusses the trauma and ceased procreation prospects stemming from Black males' premature deaths representing a public health crisis in America. Mentions how heightened public health approaches are needed to bring attention to a young racial-gender group that is dying five to six decades prior to their life expectancy.