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Mayor's Office, Louisville a leader in meeting My Brother's Keeper Challenge

Helping young people stay on track with education and engagement

Date Published: 5/8/2015

Eight months after accepting President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Challenge,” Louisville continues to lead the way in implementing programs to help young people - specifically young men and boys of color - stay on track, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.

“From kindergarten readiness to coding training for teens, from mentoring our most vulnerable to a cultural pass so all our children can experience Louisville’s greatest cultural assets, we are working tirelessly to give every child, regardless of what neighborhood they are born in, regardless of what family they are born to and regardless of their skin color, the opportunity to lead a happy, productive life,” Fischer said.

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