Earlier this year, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research released a report on some of the early findings of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative. What they found, using indicators including rates of homicide, suicide, incarceration, poverty, bullying, debt, and sexual violence, is that “the evidence does not support that men and boys of color are worse off than women and girls of color,” said Chandra Childers, a post-doctoral researcher at the organization, in an interview.