My Brother’s Keeper

The former president takes time to give young men an uplifting word ahead of his first post-presidential speech.

The "Trayvon Martin" speech was a watershed moment for President Obama. It proved to the Black community that he understood the plight faced by young Black men in America.

As President Barack Obama prepares to leave office, NewsOne takes a look at some of his most impressive wins.

As national and local community leaders, we are considering how we both protect and build on the progress we have made to expand opportunity for our communities over the past eight years, and enlist all corners of our community to tackle the persistent challenges we still face.

President Obama advocates for My Brother's Keeper initiative. He affirms that the program, which helps young men of color, also benefits the U.S. economy.

The White House announces a plan to curb chronic school absenteeism. It incorporates mentorship and awareness.

I’m Black, female, and a product of a two-parent household – this shouldn’t be an anomaly. Thanks to my dad, I can charm or argue…

In an important move for people of color who helped propel him into office twice, President Barack Obama on Monday vowed to continue fighting for…

President Barack Obama arrived in New York City Monday morning to announce the launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance at Lehman College in the…

In celebration of Women’s History month, we revisit a timely and deeply personal essay by journalist Jennifer Marby outlining why equal opportunity in 21st Century America…

President Barack Obama clarified that although his administration has a new effort to help young Black men, he’s not leaving Black girls behind. The president…

In February, President Barack Obama announced an initiative to respond to the economic, employment, and educational disparities that young men of color face as they enter…