Obama Raises $80M for Black Men



President Obama unveiled a nonprofit that will work in tandem with the My Brother’s Keeper initiative he created last year. My Brother’s Keeper Alliance comes on the heels of racial tension spreading across the country, spurred by a string of deaths of young black men, something Obama called a “slow-rolling crisis” on Monday.

The organization has already raised more than $80 million to provide grants, fund community programs, and jumpstart the private sector into working with men of color. Read more at The New York Times.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. Let Me get this right he started and supported a black only program for men
    If I did the same for white men only I would be brought up on racial discrimination charges and bias


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