Monday, March 9, 2015

One Year of Progress for Young Men and Boys of Color

My Brother’s Keeper is the White House initiative announced by President Barack Obama a year ago, calling on all of us help close gaps in opportunity faced by too many young people, and boys and young men of color in particular.

The My Brother’s Keeper Task Force recently released a one-year progress report on the initiative and reports on the progress made during the first year.

Since September 2014, nearly 200 mayors, tribal leaders and county executives across 43 states and the District of Columbia have accepted the MBK Community Challenge and are partnering with more than 2,000 community-based allies.

Read more about community involvement and other MBK efforts in the one-year progress report here.

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