Inside Obama’s ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ Initiative

Resource type: Video

PBS NewsHour |

Solutions to complex issues like the impact of race require not just a desire to change but the actual tools to make change. In 2014, the Obama administration began My Brother’s Keeper, a public and private collaboration to create opportunities for young men of color to address many of the challenges they face.

Broderick Johnson, chair of the task force, joins PBS NewsHour Weekend from Washington D.C.

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Atlantic is one of eleven foundations joining with the White House to support My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative to improve opportunities for young men of color in the United States. Learn more >

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Issues:

Children & Youth

Global Impact:

United States

Tags:

My Brother's Keeper, racial equity