Mayor Nutter Releases My Brother’s Keeper Local Action Report

The City of Philadelphia announced on March 31, 2015 its My Brother’s Keeper Local Action Report

Philadelphia, March 31, 2015 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the release of the Philadelphia ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ (MBK) Local Action Report highlighting how Philadelphia will sustainably improve outcomes for youth in Philadelphia—particularly boys and young men of color—by leveraging existing, evidence-based programs and by making investments in proven initiatives.

Since accepting the MBK challenge in September 2014, the Nutter Administration has hosted listening meetings throughout the city with stakeholders and young people to identify City and community programs that produce positive outcomes for young people, identified partner organizations to drive the agenda forward, determined the baseline data that highlights the disparities for boys and young men of color, and established a common framework for the work.

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