Kirwan report to give city measurable goals for aiding young black men

By Rick Rouan The Columbus Dispatch When then-President Barack Obama challenged communities across the country in 2014 to create opportunities for young black men, Columbus jumped in. But more than two years later, and with Obama’s presidency ended, city leaders are trying to determine where their My Brother’s Keeper initiative goes from here. Columbus City … Continue reading »

Kirwan report to give city measurable goals for aiding young black men

My Brother’s Keeper Gears Up For Review Of Mentorship Programs

By Debbie Holmes, WOSU Public Media, Just over two years after President Obama kicked off My Brother’s Keeper, an effort to mentor young men of color, Ohio State University will begin studying how well the program works in central Ohio and how it can improve. Columbus City Council member Shannon Hardin has worked to develop some … Continue reading »

My Brother’s Keeper Gears Up For Review Of Mentorship Programs