NYC Boasts $127 Million For Black, Latino Youth

Mayor Bloomberg's three-year project is designed to offer young men of color job training and placement, mentorships, fatherhood classes and pathways from incarceration to civic life. The city's deputy mayor of Health and Human Services explains the reasons for this "Young Men's Initiative" and how it works.



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