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Sprout Fund joins city, county to advance ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ Initiative, July 21, 2016

New Cities Join My Brother's Keeper Success Mentoring Initative, June 8, 2016

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Mayor recognizes 14 Generation Next Candidates— Young people making a difference in their lives, New Pittsburgh Courier. June 24, 2016

My Brother's Keeper's playbook open to help young minority men succeed, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. October 31, 2015

My Brother's Keeper Committee, local officials release playbook

City, County Hold Public Forums To Assist At-Risk Young People, Pittsburgh's NPR News Station 90.5 WESA. September 22, 2015

My Brother’s Keeper Pittsburgh, Allegheny County to host two public forums, New Pittsburgh Courier. September 21, 2015

Local My Brother’s Keeper Program Putting Mentorship First, Pittsburgh's NPR News Station 90.5 WESA. September 07, 2015

U.S. Attorney General Addresses Pittsburgh’s Community-Police Relationships, Pittsburgh's NPR News Station 90.5 WESA. August 11, 2015

National lab hosts event for sake of science, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. July 18, 2015

Jerome Bettis joins national council aimed at helping young men, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. May 11, 2015

City, county announce My Brother’s Keeper committee, New Pittsburgh Courier. February 27, 2015

Jerome Bettis: Pittsburgh’s young people need to know the world of work, , Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. February 26, 2015

Committee formed to address ‘gaps in opportunity’, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. February 19, 2015

Summit planned to further My Brother's Keeper initiative in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Business Times. October 24, 2014

Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Take Next Steps in "My Brother's Keeper" Initiative

We could find a way to punish the students without turning them into criminals. When students get expelled or sent to juvenile detention centers they aren’t in school and don’t have anything to do. Sometimes punishing them like this can cause juveniles to get into even more trouble.

– Youth Voice