The Need To Support Young Black Males

We all know an organization that will provide immediate assistance for our young black males. But its something unique about the Prince Georges County network of  “My Brother’s Keeper” They are doing some amazing things in the county. Tonight, we discuss their initiative and how they’re making a difference for hundreds of young Black males in the community.

About My Brother’s Keeper in Prince Georges County Maryland

Our focus is to create opportunities and pathways to college and careers while also reducing the unemployment, incarceration, and recidivism rate on men of color in Prince George’s County.  We want to better prepare our young men with skills that will increase the opportunity to be gainfully employed in meaningful careers that will allow young men of color to be productive citizens and providers in their families and communities.  We need your support so that our young men may discover and cultivate their skills and talents and blossom into young men that will have a positive impact on their communities. These young men are our future lawyers, physicians, engineers, entrepreneurs, college graduates, and the workforce. They deserve an opportunity to change the course of their lives and their families.


Robert Johnson-Executive Director with My Brother’s Keeper with Prince Georges County Network


Davon Goodwin-Youth Mentor with My Brother’s Keeper in Prince Georges County Network

Justin Harrison-Program Director with My Brother’s Birdie Charity Golf Classic with My Brother’s Keeper the Prince Georges County Network