President Barack Obama celebrated the 6th anniversary of his “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, sharing a photo of some of the lives the program has changed.
“When President Obama said, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon Martin,” he hoped his words would lead to a more empathetic understanding of the danger facing a son who looked like him. President Obama challenged us all to address the unique challenges of our boys and young men of color. That led to the creation of My Brother’s Keeper six years ago, which has played such an important role in calling the nation to action to expand opportunity and reduce barriers for our youth in greatest need.” – VALERIE JARRETT
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