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My Brother's Keeper DC

Expanding Opportunities for Boys and Young Men of Color from Cradle to Career


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Academic institutions, non-profits with expertise will be approached to provide technical assistance, especially regarding data processing and impact evaluation

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The MBK-DC leadership will reach out to private institutions, venture capital firms and family philanthropists well established in the district to provide capital.

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Community leaders and DC Agencies partner to offer programming and resources to promote the successes of Boys and Males of Color.

What is MBK? - In response to the inequities and injustices facing boys and young men of color in the District. Washington, DC has accepted the MBK Community Challenge by leveraging the good work of ServeDC & the Council on Fatherhood, Men and Boys.