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PBS NEWSHOUR

Initiative aims to end 'schoolhouse to jailhouse pipeline'

  • Aired: 07/21/2014
  • 08:35
  • Rating: NR
The White House announced a $100 million expansion to a program aimed at improving life chances for young men of color. Sixty of the country’s school systems, mayors, corporations and nonprofits all pledged to support My Brother’s Keeper. John Deasy, superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, and David Williams, CEO of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, join Gwen Ifill.
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