By: Richard L. Smith
My Brother's Keeper Newark is set to make a significant stride in its mission to uplift young men of color in the community.
The organization is gearing up to host a conference centered around the release of their latest report, titled "Driving Systemic Change for Boys & Young Men of Color in Newark Through Collaboration, Coordination, & Partnerships."
The conference is scheduled for Saturday, December 2nd, and will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the prestigious Paul Robeson Center (Rutgers University) in Newark.
The release of this insightful report is not just a momentous occasion but a call to action.
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My Brother's Keeper Newark aims to foster a space for constructive dialogue among community members, stakeholders, and advocates.
It's an opportunity to celebrate the collective achievements and reaffirm the commitment to working together to enhance outcomes for boys and young men of color in Newark.
The report sheds light on strategies for driving systemic change through collaboration, coordination, and partnerships. It delves into the challenges faced by young men of color and outlines actionable steps to address these issues at the root.
My Brother's Keeper Newark firmly believes that by working together, they can create a brighter future for these individuals.
All are encouraged to attend this impactful event, join the conversation, and be part of the solution. Together, we can drive the change needed to empower and uplift the boys and young men of color in Newark.