My Brother’s Keeper Post-Obama: Strategies to Advance Outcomes for Boys and Men of Color
Due to the election of President Obama and driven by his leadership, the focus on boys and men of color has increased significantly in cities across the country through the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Community Challenge. Now in the final month of the President’s term, he has made clear his commitment to continue to support MBK beyond his administration. Many cities are looking to better understand options, strategies and resources to sustain and adapt their local MBK or other boys and men of color initiatives locally in a post-Obama administration world. This session will help city leaders to consider potential next steps and provide actionable strategies for sustaining and adapting their boys and men of color agenda.
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