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My Brother's Keeper Alliance


J. E. Green

MBK Baltimore accepted the MBK Community Challenge to improve the lives of boys and young men of color in 2014. MBK Baltimore emphasizes collective impact, bridging gaps, capacity building, and youth violence prevention through mentoring and employment development. They have partners in the Mayor’s Office of African Male Engagement, local business and philanthropic communities, and the Department of Juvenile Services for the State of Maryland. In 2018, MBK Baltimore was selected as an MBK Community to Watch and is focused on the following three MBK milestones: (3), (5) (6).