1M Low-Income Students Will Get Free Internet Under "My Brother's Keeper"About 1 million low-income high school students will get free internet access under President Barack Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative for minority males, according to the White House.
Local Teen Using White House Program To Better His LifeCommunity revitalization projects take Lafayett Maultsby Jr. all over Miami-Dade County as part of his job with Americorps.
Facing South Florida: My Brother's Keeper This week President Barack Obama, at a White House ceremony, launched what may be the most important initiative of his presidency, an effort to break that cycle of violence by finding new ways, new partnerships, to help boys and young men of color. The program is called "My Brother's Keeper". Attending that ceremony was State Senator Oscar Braynon, whose district in Miami Gardens is the largest African-American city in the state and a city that has been the center of so much of the violence.